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Tax-related information on the web

There are a number of internet-based sources where individuals and corporations can find detailed and up-to-date information about taxes in Slovakia and some sites are in the English language.

There are a number of internet-based sources where individuals and corporations can find detailed and up-to-date information about taxes in Slovakia and some sites are in the English language.

A number of consultancy companies such as KPMG, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, and PwC regularly publish bulletins with updated tax information and these firms publish their documents in English as well. Likewise, there are a number of law firms publishing extensive tax-related information in English.



Additional websites with tax-related information only in Slovak include:


www.zbierka.sk – the electronic version of Slovakia’s


Collections of Laws.


www.uad.sk - Účtovníctvo a dane (Accounting and Taxes) bills itself as the largest on-line library of tax and accounting information available in Slovakia.


www.dane.sk – this website is hosted by Daňová reforma a spoločenský rozvoj (Tax Reform and Social Development), a civic association, but the most recent news on the website dates back to October 2009.


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