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- New Decree of the Serbian National Bank on Reporting of Foreign Credit Transactions
- Changed Work and Communication Methods of Tax Administration
New Decree of the Serbian National Bank on Reporting of Foreign Credit Transactions.
The National Bank of Serbia has published the Decision on Amendments to the Decision on Reporting on Foreign Credit Transactions (the “Decision”), which came into force on March 26, 2020.
According to the provision of the Decision, in state of emergency circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, forms which should be delivered in either paper or electronic form, should be handed in strictly in electronic form, according to the instructions for data delivery in electronic form regarding foreign credit operations.
In state of emergency conditions, documentation, which should normally be delivered during the reporting process of the National Bank of Serbia on foreign credit operations, can also be delivered in electronic form, as a PDF format file, to the e-mail address email@example.com
The National Bank of Serbia shall, during the state of emergency, conduct certification, i.e. accept the mentioned documentation in electronic form.
Residents who reported their foreign credit operations to the National Bank of Serbia during the state of emergency in this way, must deliver the documentation, based on which certification was conducted, in paper form in a way proscribed by this decision within 10 days after the end of the state of emergency.
Changed Work and Communication Methods of Tax Administration
The Tax Administration of the Republic of Serbia informs taxpayers that during the state of emergency, in order to protect the health and safety of citizens and in accordance with the recommendations and measures implemented by the Government of the Republic of Serbia, the changed method of work and communication between taxpayers and the Tax Administration will apply.
The Tax Administration of the Republic of Serbia advises the use of e-Taxes electronic services, then the electronic way of communicating via e-mail, as well as the use of the Contact Center services instead of visits to the organizational units of the Tax Administration.
Electronic services eTaxes will work smoothly in the future. They will be able to easily submit electronically signed tax return forms, monitor the status of submitted returns, have an insight into the account balance and receive e-certificates.
The Tax Administration of the Republic of Serbia has enabled electronic communication with taxpayers by opening special e-mail addresses for receiving submissions electronically. The lists of electronic addresses for the submission of submissions electronically have been published on the website of the Tax Administration and prominently displayed in the form of notifications on the premises of all organizational units of the Tax Administration.
For the immediate receipt of the submissions, if necessary, there will be four offices of the Tax Administration of the Republic of Serbia, namely:
Tax Administration Office in Belgrade, ul. Despot Stefan 118;
Tax Administration Office in Novi Sad, ul. Modene 7
Tax Administration Office in Kragujevac, 27 March 14
Tax Administration Office in Niš, ul. Nikola Pasic 24.
The work of the Contact Center, to which citizens can be contacted on weekdays from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm for all information under the jurisdiction of the Tax Administration of the Republic of Serbia on the phone numbers:
- 0700-700 007
- 011-33 10 111