Serbia: Go-live date for e-invoicing likely to be postponed until May 2022

Coskun Antal
December 17, 2021

The Serbian Minister of Finance has announced that the Law on Electronic Invoicing will be amended to delay the go-live for mandatory B2G e-invoicing. Both private sector suppliers and public sector buyers are given an additional period until 1 May to prepare before being required to issue and receive B2G e-invoices. These proposed changes are expected to be adopted by the deputies in the Assembly of Serbia.

The other deadlines for the staggered go-live of mandatory B2B e-invoicing, set out in the original law that establishes the e-invoicing mandate, are considered to be realistic and will not be amended as part of the B2G postponement.

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Coskun Antal

Coşkun is Regulatory Specialist at Sovos, based in Istanbul. Coşkun monitors and interprets both the regulations and associated technical specifications issued by tax authorities. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University.
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