The Serbian Entrepreneurs Association and the Serbian Chamber of Accountants have called for the postponement of the implementation of the Fiscalization Law and the Electronic Invoicing Law due to technical and systemic problems in their implementation.
“We are requesting the postponement of the Fiscalization Law Taxation and the Law on Electronic Invoicing until technical and systemic problems are resolved and the business environment is sufficiently improved for domestic investors,” said Milena Amon from the Serbian Entrepreneurs Association at a press conference in front of the Ministry of Finance.
She added that the state should provide a functional system for businesses. Chairwoman of the Serbian Chamber of Accountants, Snezana Mitrovic, said that strong efforts have been made to highlight problems arising from the implementation of these two laws.
“In January, at the meeting with the Ministry of Finance, we highlighted the possible shortcomings stemming from the Fiscalization Law, and only very few of our proposals were accepted. We understand that by implementing these two laws, the state wants to implement a fair tax policy, but these regulations must be free from systemic errors,” Mitrovic added.
According to her, the Law on Electronic Invoicing is already creating problems in its implementation in the public sector because the Tax Administration still doesn’t use the electronic invoicing system, although it should have already be linked to the database of incoming invoices that are created on the basis of tax invoices submitted by taxpayers via electronic tax devices.
Mitrovic also said that companies and accountants are calling for the implementation of the electronic invoicing law to be postponed, for the Tax Administration to create an electronic invoice system and for the relevant databases to be linked.
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