Progress and current issues of the financial system in Kosovo
Ph Candidate Shaqir Rexhepi1, Ilaz Kodra2
1Operator Sistemi Transmisioni dhe Tregu
2PN, 10000, Prishtinë, Kosovë
By analyzing the functions of the financial system in Kosovo and by measuring the duties and responsibilities of these institutions to carry out their mission in one hand and performance indicators on the other hand for one advanced society, in this paper are analyzed and researched achievements and obstacles that are to blame in public financial management. Main aim is to observe successes and shortcomings in performing the have been identified and made transparent and if there is space to express concerns or make suggestions to improve public finances system. First, we have seen public income sources through the financial system in Kosovo, including all government decision making on allocation of public revenues and ways of collecting from public institutions. This includes procedures for determining taxes, fees, excises, customs, contributions and other forms of revenue generated by government professional services. This mission is based on data on the creation of appropriate legislation which covers general basis of fiscal policies, specifications and specific responsibilities implementing agencies. According to the data reports on their implementation, but also by various media auditorium which provide comments on the efficiency or inefficiency of public finances in terms of the country.