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The Slovenian government has tweaked its proposed real estate tax bill as a response to complaints from a number groups during the period of public debate, but it appears that at least farmers remain unhappy about the proposal reports Slovenia Times.
The tweaks to the original proposal unveiled in June include a cut in the proposed tax rates for some real estate types, including for farmland, the government confirmed on Wednesday.
According to calculations of the Finance Ministry, the lower rates will reduce the planned budget revenues from the tax from EUR 233m to EUR 193m.
The daily Dnevnik wrote on today that the government has reduced the proposed tax rate on forests and farmland from 0.5% to 0.15-0.25%, although that for farm buildings has been kept at 0.5%.
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