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  • Serbia introduces fiscal reps for foreign businesses and changes the VAT return due date

    Serbia introduced important changes for foreign companies doing business in the country. 

    VAT registration requirements

    Serbia will no longer require a foreign business to set up an establishment in order to have activities in the country. It is now possible to register for VAT through a fiscal representative in Serbia, with the corresponding benefits from a corporate tax perspective. Operating costs will also be reduced as human and technical resources are no longer required in the country. The fiscal representative will be jointly and severally liable for the VAT obligations of the company...

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    By Marosa EU VAT Serbia Published 26/02/2016 10:41
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