28.04.2022. / 9:30
BELGRADE – A new system of e-fiscalization will start in Serbia on May 1 this year, whereby an invoice can be scanned via a QR code – in order to determine whether it is valid.
“And one more thing, that citizens understand better. There is no longer a need for someone in the restaurant to ask you if you want to pay in cash or by card; therefore, it is up to you, gentlemen, to give me an account. And how I will pay is up to me“Says the Minister of Finance of Serbia, Siniša Mali, reports Telegraf.
He adds that this reduces the possibility of “tax evasion through some duplicate software”.
If the waiter, however, asks you that “famous question”, the Minister of Finance says that he has no right to do so.
“Nyou have the right to ask me that, I ask you to give me a fiscal bill, and based on that (depending on how much it all costs) I will decide how I will pay, that is the answer that the customer can give“, Says Mali, and adds that this is a” big change in Serbia “. Agencies
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