On 1 August the Financial Administration will start operatingPhoto: Customs Administration of Slovenia 30.07.2014On 1 August 2014 the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia and Tax Administration of the Republic of Slovenia will merge into the new joint Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia. This merger doesn’t bring any changes for taxpayers, businesses and travellers in relation to locations, contact data or office hours. More ►
Slovenian Financial Administration and validity of contractsPhoto: Slovenian Customs Administration 29.07.2014We would like to inform you that on 1 August 2014 the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia will start operating. On the same day the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia and Tax Administration of the Republic of Slovenia will cease to exist. This fact doesn’t influence on the validity of contracts, which have already been concluded by both administrations. More ►
Slovenian Customs in 2013Photo: Slovenian Customs Administration 29.07.2014In 2013, the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia collected a total of EUR 2,522 million for the requirements of the national budget, budgets of individual municipalities and indirectly for the EU budget. Excise duties accounted for the largest share of net income. The highest increase (90 %) compared to the previous year occurred in the taxation of CO2 emissions. More ►
Turn Back Crime: the role of customs, police and InterpolPhoto: Interpol 06.06.2014The global campaign on the prevention of organized crime was presented by Nedjan Jerman, Deputy Director of the Koper Customs Directorate, Tomaž Peršolja, Head of the Organized Crime Division at the Criminal Police Directorate within the General Police Directorate, and Jose Manuel Fernandez Del Canto from INTERPOL. More ►
50 years of the Slovenian Customs laboratoryPhoto: Slovenian Customs Administration 12.05.2014The Customs laboratory was established within the Ljubljana Customs house in 1964. In the modern Slovenian Customs service, the Slovenian Customs laboratory provides technical support to the customs officers. More ►
Financial Administration Act publishedPhoto: The Slovenian Customs 17.04.2014According to the act the Slovenian Customs Administration and the Slovenian Tax Administration will be merged into the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia on 1 August 2014. More ►
1 March is the first World Wildlife DayPhoto: The Slovenian Customs 27.02.2014World Wildlife Day was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly on 20 December 2013 and will be celebrated on 3 March each year, the day the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) was adopted. The Slovenian customs officers have an important role in fighting the illicit international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora. More ►
The new website of the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia
As of 1 August 2014 all news is published on the new website.
From 1 August 2014 onwards the new website is available of the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia, into which the Customs Administration of the RS and Tax Administration of the RS have merged. Websites of both former administrations (customs and tax) remain available with all topics, published so far, although they will be gradually transferred to the website of the Slovene Financial Administration.
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