Thus far, greater than 18,000 residents have signed a petition calling on the Minister of Finance, Siniša Mali, to cut back the taxation of self-employed professionals, which the state not too long ago introduced.
The petition was promoted by the Kreni – Promeni affiliation and by the Affiliation for the Safety of Constitutionality and Legality, which additionally introduced the formation of a staff of consultants which is able to embrace “authorized, fiscal and financial consultants, but additionally representatives of the freelance neighborhood “.
“We may also arrange public on-line debates and it is extremely essential to us that the ultimate proposal is supported by the individuals this concept pertains to. For now, it’s fairly sure that we are going to ask for authorized standing as freelancers after which a tax mannequin that may allow and stimulate the work that freelancers do. We aren’t in opposition to paying taxes, however the tax charge have to be life like. It is extremely essential to acknowledge the distinctiveness of the freelance neighborhood and to know that freelancers can depart Serbia simply and take their work and earnings with them,” reads the announcement of the Affiliation for the Safety of Constitutionality and Legality.
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As said within the name for signing the web petition, many nations have incentives and subsidies for freelances with the view of contributing to innovation, however not Serbia.
“In Serbia, the connection between state and freelancers boils right down to taking cash, hindering their work and placing obstacles in entrance of IT businesses and freelancers, whereas subsidies and cash from Serbian taxpayers are given to international corporations. The freelance sector is a chance for impartial and free individuals to create added worth that may assist the nation’s financial restoration, and create a rustic the place residents who are usually not a burden however the driving pressure behind the society, ” the petition’s signatories mentioned.
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