The Minister of Finance announced that the Government had adopted a legal framework to implement economic measures to reduce the negative effects caused by the COVID 19 pandemic. Three regulations have been adopted, while two more will be adopted during
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Corona virus: Government tax and financial measures On 31.03.2020, the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Serbia verbally published a set of measures to assist the Serbian economy in mitigation of the negative effects of the Corona virus epidemic.
Imajući u vidu Mišljenje Ministarstva Finansija u vezi sa isplatom troškova prevoza zaposlenima, u Sektoru za kontrolu Poreske uprave u toku je izrada “Uputstva za kontrolu uslova za priznavanje isplate troškova zaposlenih za dolazak i odlazak sa rada”. Između ostalog,
Dear all, In corporation with our partner law firm Tasić & Partners, we inform you on obligation to establish the Central record of real owners and registration of an electronic address. Article 17 of the Law on the Central Record of Real
The new draft of Corporate Income tax law presents tax advantages for companies with intellectual property registered in Serbia, as well as for companies who perform research and development activities in Serbia or perform/invest in innovative business activities. Depreciation costs
On the September 24th, 2018, the Government of Republic of Serbia published the draft of Law on protection of personal data. The goal of the draft is to harmonise national regulation with the regulation of the European Union, especially GDPR
The Development agency of Serbia (RAS) has published a public call for grants for creating new jobs and capital expenditures according to the Regulation on conditions and method of attracting direct investments (”Official Gazette of Republic of Serbia”, No. 37/2018). Investors interested
On the 29/12/2017, the Government of Republic of Serbia sent to the National assembly of Republic of Serbia the proposal of the Law on ratifying Multilateral convention to implement tax treaty related measures to prevent base erosion and profit shifting.
According to the Article 2, Point 9 of the Law on due dates for monetary obligations in commercial transactions (in following text: Law), the Central register of invoices is the system (database) which is founded and managed by Ministry of
On the 06/01/2018, new amounts of highest and lowest bases for calculating contributions for mandatory social insurance were published: The lowest monthly base: 23.053 RSD The highest monthly base: 329.330 RSD The highest annual base for 2017: 3.951.855 RSD Bases
The Government of Republic of Serbia has proposed changes and amendments of following laws to the National Assembly of Republic of Serbia: Corporate Income Tax law Personal Income Tax law Law on mandatory social contributions Labour law VAT law Key
The Ministry of Finance issued the statement in which it is stated that the beginning of implementation of Rulebook on keeping VAT records and calculating VAT records (”Official Gazette of RS”, No. 90/2017) is postponed for 01/07/2018. The statement can
The process of issuing residency certificates in PDF format started in Republic of Ireland in 2017. This type of issuing residency certificates is especially significant for digital companies with European headquarters in mentioned country. Domestic authoritites were informed by authorised
New Rulebook on keeping VAT records and calculating VAT, which will be implemented from 01/01/2018, is published. The key parts of the new Rulebook are: general VAT records, special VAT records and the form and content of calculating VAT. (”Official
Ministry of agriculture of Republic Serbia declared the Rulebook on IPARD grants for investments in material assets of farms. European union’s IPARD II programme is the Instrument for pre-accession assistance in rural development for period 2014-2020.
The new edition of ”OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations” was published in July 2017. ”OECD Guidelines” is the international document on the basis of which national tax authorities (including Serbian) adjust their transfer pricing regulation.
On the ceremony in Paris, on the 07/06/2017, ”Multilateral Convention to implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent Base Erosion and Profit Shifting” was signed by 76 countries and jurisdictions, among which was the Republic of Serbia. The signing of
The Ministry of Economy has published a public call for granting subsidies for direct investments, according to the Decree on terms and conditions of attracting direct investments. According to the Serbian Development Agency’s (RAS) financial plan, the budget for grants