Law office Golubović

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What is the corporate tax rate in Serbia?
The corporate tax rate in Serbia is currently 15%. This flat rate applies to the taxable profit of all companies operating in Serbia, whether they are domestically or foreign-owned. It is important to note that Serbia offers a competitive corporate tax rate in comparison to many other European countries, making it an attractive destination for businesses looking to expand or invest in the region.Businesses that have an annual turnover exceeding a certain threshold are required to register for VAT. Registration can also be voluntary, which can be advantageous for companies as it allows them to recover VAT paid on their inputs.
What is VAT in Serbia?
VAT stands for Value Added Tax. It is a form of consumption tax, meaning that tax is levied at each stage of production and distribution, with the final consumer bearing the tax burden. There are different VAT rates: the standard rate is 20% (applied to most goods and services), the reduced rate is 10% (applied to certain products such as food, books, and specific services), and the zero rate is 0% (applied to exports, international transport, and some specific cases). VAT is not calculated for the provision of services abroad.
Who can be a founder of a company in Serbia?
In Serbia, a company can be founded by both individuals and legal entities (domestic or foreign). This means that both natural persons (individuals) and legal entities such as other companies or organizations can initiate the formation of a company in Serbia.
How long does it take to obtain temporary residence in Serbia?
The processing time for temporary residence in Serbia varies, but it typically take around 1 month, but the time may be shorter depending on the city where the request is submitted. The duration can also be affected by factors such as your nationality, the reason for your residence, and the specific administrative workload at the time of your application.
What are the key aspects of intellectual property protection in Serbia?
In Serbia, intellectual property rights are safeguarded through a range of legal mechanisms, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and more. These protections grant exclusive rights to creators and innovators, helping them preserve the value of their intellectual assets in the Serbian market. Our legal experts can guide you through the process of securing and enforcing your intellectual property rights in Serbia to ensure your ideas and creations are protected.
How can my company employ foreigners in Serbia?
Employing foreigners in Serbia involves a specific legal process. Typically, this process includes obtaining work permits, residence permits, and fulfilling various requirements. Our experienced legal team can guide you through this process to ensure compliance with Serbian immigration and labor laws. Contact us for expert advice on employing foreign nationals in Serbia.
Can foreigners work in Serbia?
Yes, foreigners can work in Serbia, but they must obtain the necessary work and residence permits. The specific requirements and procedures may vary based on their nationality and the type of work they intend to do. It's crucial to consult with the relevant authorities or legal experts to ensure proper compliance with Serbian immigration and employment regulations.
How are dividends taxed in Serbia?
Dividends in Serbia are typically subject to a flat rate tax of 15%.
How much is the tax for entrepreneurs in Serbia?
The tax rate for entrepreneurs in Serbia it's typically a flat rate of 10% on their income.
Can I be self-employed in my own company in Serbia?
Yes, you can be self-employed in your own company in Serbia. As an owner and operator of your business, you have the option to work as a self-employed individual, managing your company's affairs, and contributing to social security and taxes based on your earnings.

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Law office Golubović provides legal assistance to physical and legal entities.

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 446
Belgrade, Zvezdara 11000