Serbia: State of emergency terminated, implications for tax deadlines (COVID-19)
Serbia: State of emergency terminated
The Serbian Parliament on 6 May 2020 passed measures to terminate the state of emergency, introduced on 15 March 2020, in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Hence, the date of termination of the state of emergency is 6 May 2020, and those special tax relief measures introduced during the state of emergency are no longer effective. Deadlines for meeting certain specific statutory requirements are reinstated.
Also, with the termination of the state of emergency, certain tax deadlines are now established.
Read a May 2020 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Serbia that presents in table format a summary of implications of the termination of the state emergency for tax purposes.
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