Serbia: Reminder of 1 July 2022 deadline for certain e-invoice obligations

The deadline for certain e-invoice obligations is 1 July 2022

The deadline for certain e-invoice obligations is 1 July 2022

Measures and obligations concerning electronic invoices (e-invoices) have been introduced in phases, as follows:

  • Regarding the requirement to issue e-invoices to public sector entities—effective 1 May 2022 (and thus already in effect)
  • Regarding the requirement to receive and keep e-invoices issued by either a public sector entity or a private sector entity—effective 1 July 2022
  • Regarding the requirement to issue and keep e-invoices to private sector entities—effective 1 January 2023

Read a June 2022 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Serbia

For background on the e-invoicing rules, read TaxNewsFlash

 

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