Opening a company in Slovakia means enrolling with the country’s taxation system and paying the levies imposed by the government. Companies in Slovakia are subject to the income tax imposed on the business profits they make here, but also on other sources of income.
Below, our company formation agents in Slovakia explain how companies are taxed here. They can also advise on the procedure of starting a business in Slovakia.
All companies operating in Slovakia, including subsidiaries and branch offices of foreign companies, will be taxed as follows:
Slovak companies can modify the fiscal year with the tax authorities.
Among the incomes falling under the corporate tax in Slovakia are:
Our company registration consultants in Slovakia can offer more information on the tax legislation applicable here.
Starting with January 2018, the Slovak corporate tax has suffered an important modification, as the alternative minimum tax is no longer levied on companies. The new standard rate of the corporate tax applicable to companies in Slovakia is 21%.
The rates applied to the other taxable incomes of companies in Slovakia are:
For more information on the corporate tax in Slovakia, please contact our local company formation representatives.