Tax Administration
Cara Dušana 145
 Belgrade - Zemun
11000 Belgrade


Director of the Tax Administration of Republic of Serbia

Dragana Marković

Tax Administration Headquarters

Chief of Staff – Snežana Ilić



Tax Collection Department

Assistant Director – Mira Stanojev

Taxpayer Service Delivery and Education Sector Acting Assistant Director


Information and Communication Technology Department

 Assistant Director – Saša Dulić

Human resources Department

Assistant Director - Maja Vujović

Financial Resources Department

Assistant Director – Marija Jocić

Tax Police Department

Assistant Director – Nada Novosel

Transformation Department

 Assistant Director – Rade Šević

Audit Department

Assistant Director – Nenad Krtolica

Tax Legal Coordination Department

Assistant Director – Suzana Mitrović

Department for determining source of wealth and special tax

Assistant Director Miroslav Đinović

Sector for Tax Accounting

Assistant Director Sladjana Nuhbegovic

Sector for Non-Core Activities

Assistant Director Ljubinko Sredojevic


Internal Control Department

Department Head Nebojsa Kostic

Department for International Cooperation and Exchange of Information

Department Head Milka Lukac

Internal Audit Department

Department Head Suzana Jablanovic

Strategic Risks Department

Department Head Natasa Arsic


 Centre for large taxpayers



Web presentation



Person responsible for personal data protection
Person responsible for personal data protection performs their duties and responsibilities prescribed by Article 58 of the Law on Personal Data Protection ("RS Official Gazette" no. 87/2018)

Suzana Mitrovic
Ministry of Finance, Tax Administration, Cara Dušana 145 Street, Belgrade
Phone number: 011 6969 141


Exchange of information on request with other tax administrations

On March 12 2018, the Republic of Serbia became the 149th member state of the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes. On July 22 2019, Serbia verified and ratified the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters done in Strasbourg on January 25 1988 and amended and supplemented by Protocol amending the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters done in Paris on July 22 2019. In accordance with the existing Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements and the present Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, Serbia has the possibility to collect data for purposes of exchange of information on request from other tax administrations and to provide information on request to other tax administrations.

Wording of the concluded international double taxation avoidance agreements are available at the Ministry of Finance web page:

Text of the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters are available here




Complaints about the Tax Administration employees

Phone number: + 381 11 6969 528