With this text we aim to point out to potential market players in Serbia basic issues with which they will acquaint themselves when founding, i.e., registering a company and starting to do business in Serbia. We wish to make those first steps in doing business in Serbia as simple as possible, i.e., to help you understand the initial legal setup process and the actions needed to ensure compliance with applicable regulations for newly founded legal entities.
Tag: Corporate | Commercial
Reminder: E-Invoices are becoming a part of the Serbian business environment starting from January 1st, 2021
Starting from January 1st, 2022 private sector entities shall have an obligation to issue an electronic invoice to a public sector entity
A summary of the provisions of the Law, with the obligations it brings, but also the advantages it provides to legal entities The Serbian Parliament adopted the Law on Electronic Invoicing (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia no. 44/21, hereinafter: The Law). The Law was adopted on April 29th,
Review of the most important changes and amendments to the Act on tax procedure and tax administration
National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Act on changes and amendments to the Act on tax procedure and tax administration (hereinafter: the Act) on November 26th, 2020. Mentioned Act entered into force on December 5th, 2020, but application of certain provisions of the Act is postponed, which
In this text, we are analyzing newly adopted regulation regarding a financial instrument called “The Right to Acquire a Share” (ownership) in a company, as a new financial instrument in Serbia. This financial instrument was introduced by amendments to the Companies Act, which entered into force on April 1st 2020.