Our tax consultation team has helped to put together a simple comparison table of the primary corporate and personal taxes in Estonia, Finland, Sweden, the UK, Latvia and Lithuania. Corporate taxes Tax rates Estonia Finland Sweden UK Latvia Lithuania VAT Standard 20%, threshold 40 000 € Standard 24%, threshold 15 000 € Standard 25%, threshold…
Read about the mandatory requirements for accounting in Estonia and learn which companies are obligated to do accounting every month.
Learn more about how to pick up your Estonian e-Residency card and what are the options during Covid-19 if you can’t collect the card due to restrictions.
We have gathered a list of useful databases to do a background search for an Estonian company when looking for service providers or business partners.
Uğur Çakir is an e-Resident from Turkey who started an Estonian company SendGB OÜ using 1Office’s assistance and was kind enough to share his story.
The interview with Ragnar Everest, the CEO of 1Office Group: the idea behind my1Office and what are the future plans of 1Office
Read the interview with Ragnar Everest, 1Office Group’s CEO, to find out where the idea for my1Office came from, what are 1Office’s plans for the future, and more.
Thanks to the recent changes in the legislation, Estonia managed to remove yet another obstacle for foreign entrepreneurs which was related to the process of selling the company’s shares that involved a lot of bureaucracy, and until now could only be done at the notary’s office.
The most important questions that e-Residents have when they want to start a business in Estonia are probably about taxes. Every country has its own rules and regulations about taxes, so you have to do some research before starting a company in Estonia. If something seems unclear or raises questions, then the best advice is to order a tax consultation to avoid any later disappointments with regards to taxes.
All Estonian companies are obligated to submit the data of the person who benefits from the company’s activities’, or so-called
beneficial owner, in the Estonian Business Register. Submitting the data of the company’s beneficial owner is mandatory due
to the updates in the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act. The new requirement is in force from 10 March 2020.
The deadline for submitting the Estonian annual report is approaching quickly. The annual report gives information about the company’s progress in the past financial year. This information is public and can be accessed by anyone. Firstly, an Estonian annual report is mandatory and required by the law. As Estonia has a very transparent business…