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Asked in Offshore (General) for Slovenia

Dear gentleman,
I am working the last 5 years for different Clients all around the world. I am not employed in Slovenia, I do not work for Slovenian Clients, How much tax should I pay in Slovenia in this case from my earnings abroad to my Country Tax Office?
I do not want to report to my "home" Tax office how much and where I earn my money, If I am home for 4-5 weeks per year... I do pay tax on my earnings though Co. employing me- an this as minimum as I can..

Can anyone comment on this I am doing it right ?

Slovenia Tax Tax
Posted by Mike 4 friends on May 10, 2013 at 18:46


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