Amendments of the set of fiscal legislation, amongst which amendments to the Personal Income Tax Law and the Mandatory Social Security Contributions Law, were published on 29 May in Official Gazzete of RS No. 47/2013
Amendments to the Personal Income Tax Law and Mandatory Social Security Contributions Law become effective as of today, 30 May 2013, including changes of the salary tax and pension and disability insurance contributions rates.
Parliament of the Republic of Serbia adopted on 29 May amendments to the tax legislation. Adopted amendments have been published in the Official Gazette of RS number 47/2013. The most important amendments are presented in the following text:
The TPA Horwath Group is dynamically expanding
The TPA Horwath Group is dynamically expanding: Albania is the eleventh country in which the expert tax advisors and auditors from TPA Horwarth are represented. The partners responsible for Central and South Eastern Europe, Klaus Bauer-Mitterlehner and Leopold Kühmayer, are particularly excited about the establishment of the new office in Tirana.
The year 2013 also brings extensive changes in the areas of taxes, dues and social contributions in Serbia. For investors, this means numerous new developments to take into account.
Read more about the most important changes in Serbia 2013:
Current mortgage interest rates and flat prices in CEE countries
TPA Horwath group conducted a short survey in Central and Eastern Europe. The survey focuses on current flat prices and current mortgage interest rates in capitals and cities with a population of 500,000 and less. The difference between a flat price in a capital and a flat price in a small city is 4 million CZK in the Czech Republic. A greater difference can only be detected in Austria.
TPA Horwath is one of the leading tax advisory and auditing services companies in Serbia as well as in Central and Eastern Europe. The TPA Horwath Group has offices in 11 countries (Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Hungary), employing a total of approximately 1,000 employees in these countries.