Scope of e-invoicing mandate
Under the new e-invoicing framework, e-invoices must be sent and received in accordance with Serbian e‑invoicing standards (custom application of the standard EN 16931-1). All e‑invoices must be submitted via a centralised platform to the recipient who must accept or reject the invoice.
- For invoices relating to B2G transactions: 15 days to accept an invoice, in the case of no response the invoice will be deemed accepted.
- For invoices relating to B2B transactions: This requirements will come into force in 2023. After 15 days a re-notification is sent, if the buyer does not accept or reject the electronic invoice within five days from the date of re-notification that the electronic invoice has been issued, the electronic invoice shall be deemed rejected
Currently in scope are resident taxpayers in the private and public sector and non-resident businesses with a local fiscal representative in Serbia.