We kindly invate you to attend our tax breakfast titled:

"The concepts of improving voluntary tax compliance in Slovenia and the Netherlands and the role of tax advisors in the concept"

28 September 2017, Cesta v Kleče 15, Ljubljana, 3rd floor

Tax experts from PwC Slovenia will present the tax function of the future and tax experts from Netherlands will present horizontal monitoring in the Netherlands and how it is supported ba the T3M methodology, whereas Darja Šinkovec of Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia will present legislation and prectice on the expirience with the conept of granting a special status to taxable persons.

The number of attendees of the tax breakfast is limited, therefore we kindly invite you to comfirm your attendance as soon as possible.
Price of the seminar: free of charge

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Topics of the Tax News, April 2017

  • Posting of employees abroad in light of the new Transnational
    Provision of Services Act
  • Slovene government expressed a negative
    stance to the Commission’s proposal of
    temporary application of the generalised
    reverse charge mechanism
  • Financial Administration is exchanging the tax rulings with the
    relevant authorities of other European Union Member states
  • Reforms of tax legislation in Croatia
    – impact on Slovene companies
Read the Tax News, April 2017

2016 Family Business Survey: The 'missing middle' -- Bridging the strategy gap in family firms

The 8th PwC Family Business Survey reflects the views of founders, senior executives and next gens of family-owned businesses from around the world, with a special focus on global megatrends and the challenges of ‘keeping it in the family’. So where is the main challenge? In the middle: Having a strategic plan that links where the business is now, to the long term and where it could be.

Key findings include:

  •  Family firms are ambitious, but many of the issues they face derive from a lack of strategic planning
  • 43% of family businesses don’t have succession plans in place
  • 54% of family businesses plan to establish new entrepreneurial ventures
  • Five themes: Business performance & challenges; global considerations; the family business DNA & succession planning; digital; the people piece.
  • A data modeler tool to look at the findings from our Survey in greater depth; users can benchmark their own family business vs others in their territory, or filter by industry, generation or turnover.

Reforms, Banking Sector Consolidation and Business Restructuring Conference

PwC hosted together with AmCham BB, followed by PwC&AmCham “Reforms, Banking Sector Consolidation and Business Restructuring Conference". 
We were happy to welcome 200 guests.

Details of the event on our FBook page

Global Annual Review 2016

Read our Global Annual Review 2016 in which we look at our performance in FY2016 and illustrate – through facts, figures and stories – the highlights of the past year and the key issues facing our stakeholders in the year ahead.

Read more about PwC Global Annual Review 2016

PwC's Business academy

Why ACCA Diploma in IFRS
(DipIFR)?

ACCA Diploma in IFRS (DipIFR) is an international qualification in IFRS developed by the leading professional accounting organisation Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Obtaining this qualification will raise your professionalism in IFRS to the next level. Develop your knowledge skills with our experts

See course details and register

Doing business in Asia Pacific 2016-17

Thriving in a slow-growth world

Economies on both sides of the Pacific have been among the greatest beneficiaries of trade openness. Today Asia Pacific CEOs are planning for a future where data is as valuable as low tariffs and attractive markets are the ones with deep talent pools and the right policy environment as well as growing customer demand.

PwC’s 2016 APEC CEO Survey top findings

Paying Taxes 2017

In-depth analysis on tax systems in 190 economies

Explore the new edition of Paying Taxes, a unique report by PwC and the World Bank Group

PwC Global Economy Watch
Agile government: Responding to citizens’ changing needs
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