Serbia: Key dates for implementing tax administrative measures

Entities required to participate and report under the “eFiscalize” campaign

Entities required to participate and report under the “eFiscalize” campaign

Entities required to participate and report under the “eFiscalize” campaign are reminded of the six-month transition period to implement approved hardware and software solutions that are connected to digital device (telephone, tablet or computer) and that enable automatic communication with the tax administration and for real-time submission of fiscal receipts.

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Key dates of the eFiscalization process are as follows:

  • 20 September 2021—the government will issue a decree further regulating the procedure for granting fiscalization subsidies
  • 1 October 2021—reporting entities can register retail facilities and fiscal devices on “ePorezi” portal
  • 15 October 2021—applications for awarding subsidies to support transition to the new fiscalization system will be opened
  • 1 November 2021—reporting entities will receive instructions on the fiscalization process in their tax inbox
  • 30 April 2022—reporting entities must complete the transition to a new fiscalization system

Read a September 2021 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Serbia


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