In today’s world, most of the business is international. This means that the tax rules of several countries should be considered. It can be a little difficult at the beginning and it makes sense to get a tax consultation before making any decisions, but in this article we answer some of the questions our clients…
Most workers who work a 5-day week must receive 28 days paid annual leave per year (5 days x 5.6 weeks = 28 days).
You do not have to apply for an Employer Reference Number (EPN), but it is given to every business that registers with HM Revenue and Customs as an employer.
Until now, the Estonian tax system has been quite simple. Starting 2018, things will, however, get a bit more complicated, since under certain conditions a lower tax rate is also to be used. This article will shed a bit of light on the details surrounding the corporate income tax – who pays what?
On July 1st more than 250 acts came into force or were changed in Estonia. Some of those are also important for entrepreneurs and in the following article we outline the most important points related to changing of the Income Tax Act and other related Acts.
We are in the high season of preparing and filing annual reports of limited companies in Estonia. Correctly prepared and approved annual report is the legal base for distribution of dividends to the owners.
6th April marks the start of the new tax year 2017-18 in UK. Below are the main changes you should be aware of.
A few weeks ago, on the 8rd March 2017, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond presented his Spring Statement to Parliament. Key points on what we should expect are highlighted in this article.
This article introduce you to permanent establishment tax risks, so that you are able to prevent them in a timely manner.
Take a look at the comparison table of the most common taxes in Estonia, Sweden, Finland and in the United Kingdom in 2017.