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Ivana Blagojević

Senior Tax Lawyer

Petrikić & Partneri AOD
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Krunska 73
11000 Belgrade
Languages English, German, Serbian

Ivana Blagojević is a senior member of CMS Belgrade’s tax department. She advises clients on all aspects of Serbian tax law.

Her expertise covers direct and indirect taxes, tax representation of clients and compliance matters. Ivana Blagojević has built her experience in a broad range of national and international transactions as well as by assisting clients in their day-to-day tax affairs. As an experienced lawyer with a hands-on approach, she is used to working in international teams and for international clients. She is a results-oriented problem solver with proven presentation and training skills.

Ivana Blagojević has been practicing Serbian tax law for 14 years. After having worked for a number of renowned law and audit companies in Serbia, she joined CMS Serbia in April 2016. She provides services to clients with respect to all tax matters in Serbia and is engaged in the overall development of the department.

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  • 2003 – German and EU Law at the Novi Sad Law School in cooperation with the Law School of WWU Münster, Germany
  • 1999 – Belgrade Law School (LL.B.)
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A Guide for the ap­plic­a­tion of the MLI
Double Tax Treat­ies with San Marino and Al­ger­ia and Mod­i­fied Treaty...
The double tax treaty between San Marino and Ser­bia came in­to force on 8 Oc­to­ber 2018 and will be ap­plic­able as of 1 Janu­ary 2019. Con­sequently, San Marino will be re­moved from the list of tax havens pub­lished by the Ser­bi­an Min­istry of Fin­ance.
The VAT re­fund re­cir­pro­city between Ser­bia and Nor­way...
New Cor­por­ate In­come Tax Law Rule­books Pub­lished in Ser­bia
The Ser­bi­an Min­istry of Fin­ance has pub­lished two new rule­books in con­nec­tion with the ap­plic­a­tion of the Cor­por­ate In­come Tax Law. These rule­books may af­fect com­pan­ies that have in­tra-com­pany trans­ac­tions and for­eign com­pan­ies ren­der­ing ser­vices to Ser­bi­an.
2017 VAT re­form
Tax Changes in 2018
Amend­ments to sev­er­al tax and re­lated laws were ad­op­ted at the end of 2017, with an aim to provide in­cent­ives to com­pan­ies, fur­ther align Ser­bi­an tax laws with EU law, and re­solve some of the tax is­sues, which ex­is­ted in prac­tice.
Changes to Tax and Cus­toms Laws in Ser­bia an­nounced...
Ser­bi­an VAT re­fund to non-es­tab­lished busi­nesses