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Company in Slovenia, Business in Slovenia

According to the Slovenian law, a small company is the one with less than 50 workers and with income less than 200 milion SIT (Slovenian Talar, from 2008 the official currency is Euro). Middle company employs less than 250 workers and has income lower than 800 mln SIT. Big company has more than 250 workers and income bigger than 800 mln SIT.

The minimal stock capital of a public limited company is 4,1 mln SIT. Before registration, at least 25% of this sum should be paid in. Company must have at least five shareholders and employ not less than 20 workers. First step is entry in the register. Sole traders make entry in the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the Revenue Service. Companies are registered in the Trade Register. Only after obtaining a stamp, one can move to further procedures. Each entry is published in the Official Monitor. Within five days after registration in court, a company obtains statistical number. In order to get it, one has to fill in the form regarding: stock capital, activity, registered office; and copies of registration documents. Within eight days from registration in court, a company must register in the Revenue Service, where it obtains Tax-ID number. It is also obligatory to fulfill the form with named and address of company, data of the founders, including their TAX-ID numbers, personal data, numbers of bank accounts and information about employment, data of the person responsible, with their personal numbers, statistical number of the company, type of activity according to European classification, tax numbers, bank accounts (in domestic and foreign currency), list of employees, including their tax numbers, date of payroll payment, data of the person responsible for keeping the books.

A natural person who is a sole trader, uses only the personal tax number, and needs to register in the Revenue Service. Next, one has to open the account in the Pension Fund and obtains a social security number. Last number is given by the Statistical Office. The Statistical Office sends information about the registration to the Trade Chamber, where the participation is not obligatory.

Permit for business activity is issued also by Department called „LOSA”. It carries out inspections to check, whether a company fulfill all the requirements. Those inspections refer to: fire prevention, health, working conditions. Number of documents reaches 30, so the procedure may last even a few months.


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