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Prosposal of the law for LAW ON INTERVENTION MEASURES TO PREVENT COVID-19 EPIDEMIA AND TO RELEASE ITS IMPACT ON CITIZENS AND ECONOMY (ZIUZEOP) to mitigate the effects on Slovenian companies of Koronavirus (COVID-19);
The Employment Service of Slovenia has published on its website - on the Employers Portal - an application to claim reimbursement of wages for workers on standby or ordered quarantine.
For the duration of the Act on Interventional Measures regarding the fiscal area, no interest will be levied in the event of delayed payment or installment payment. The Slovene Tax Authority also updated the tax deferral or installment payment form due to the loss of ability to generate revenue caused by the COVID-19 epidemic
Tax legislation provides certain options for business if they have difficulty paying their tax liabilities
The spread of the Coronavirus is impacting businesses around the world. Entities need to carefully consider the accounting implications of this situation. This IFRS Alert considers the impact of the Coronavirus on 31 December 2019 year ends.
the parents of children who will have to stay at home for the protection of their children are entitled to a wage compensation of 50% of their salary, but not less than 70% of the minimum wage (EUR 658.41, for a full month), in accordance with the current legislation.
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