Slovenia: Increased “fire fee” rate, effective 1 October 2022
Increase to 9% (from 5%)
Effective 1 October 2022
The “fire fee” rate increases to 9% (from 5%), effective 1 October 2022.
As explained in a release from the government, the “fire fee” is an amount that is paid from the insurance premium that an insurance policy holder pays to the insurance company pursuant to an insurance contract issued against fire risk. The increase to the fee rate was announced in a regulation published 13 May 2022 in the official journal of Slovenia.
For more information, contact a KPMG tax professional in Slovenia:
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