Arriving and staying in Serbia may trigger a number of legal, tax and reporting duties.
Consequently, it is important for each foreign person and worker in Serbia (including secondees to a local company) to observe local rules and regulations, specifically those that pertain to the following:
- registration of a foreign citizen upon arrival (white card);
- obtaining of a residence permit (temporary or permanent);
- obtaining a work permit;
- taxation and rates that apply to foreign citizens in case of employment or secondment in Serbia (income tax, wage tax, annual personal income tax, contributions for compulsory social insurance, etc.).
To meet these requirements, Stojković Attorneys may counsel individuals on legal, tax and the practical aspects of international mobility in order to ensure compliance and provide legal security for employees, and their needs and interests.
As a result, individuals avoid non-compliance issues and penalties to fully enjoy their hard-earned salaries and bonuses.
Working with Stojković Attorneys, professionals will ensure that foreign employees are compliant and their tax and legal interests entirely protected, without losing sight of their employer’s overall business objectives.