travel expenses in Slovakia: amount of the kilometric rate
Thread poster: scu
scu
Dec 8, 2010

Hello,
I would need to know the amount of the kilometric rate in Slovakia (to be able to reimburse some travel expenses). I can't manage to find this information on the web..Would anybody have an idea?
Thanks in advance for helping me.


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Nathaniel2
Local time: 04:42
Slovak to English
as regards employees of Slovak companies Dec 8, 2010

the going reimbursement rate is €0.183, which is what an employee of a Slovak company would receive from his employer:
http://portal.gov.sk/Portal/sk/Default.aspx?CatID=39&aid=969
plus of course the cost of petrol


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Dagmar Turčanová
Slovakia
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€ 0.183/km Dec 8, 2010

Hi,

Pursuant to the Act 40/2009 you are entitled to a refund of € 0.183/km, if you used your car for business purposes, plus a refund for petrol and a fixed allowance.

If you understand Slovak, here is a very useful article:
http://hnonline.sk/ekonomika/c1-41329000-narok-na-cestovne-nahrady-je-0-183-eura-za-kilometer


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scu
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Thanks! Dec 9, 2010

Thank you soooo much Nathaniel2 and Dagmar That will really help me a lot!
Take care


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