Taxing immovable assets in Slovakia
Prepared by AmCham member: IB Grant Thornton Consulting
The Slovak Income Tax Act provides favorable conditions for investors. The tax regime of long-term tangible assets is characterized by short depreciation periods, especially with regard to financial lease. The following article gives an overview of accounting and tax treatment of immovable assets.
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