Estonian Taxes
Aug 01, 2011
The Estonian government has rebuffed a recommendation from the European Commission that it introduce a reverse charge mechanism to combat value-added tax (VAT) fraud in EU carbon markets. The decision is in response to calls from the European Commission, sent to Estonia in June along with twelve other EU member states, to implement the mechanism.

Estonian Taxes
Jun 21, 2011
The Estonian parliament has recently voted in favour of plans to reduce the country’s flat personal income tax rate from 21% to 20% from 2015. Parliament has also voted to reduce the current cap on individual income tax deductions from next year.

Doing Business in Estonia
Jun 21, 2011
Enterprise Estonia's commentary on Ernst & Young's research on offshore investments, published on 20 June 11, and on the competitiveness chart Doing Business 2011 published by the World Bank.

Estonian Taxes
Mar 10, 2011
Estonia's ruling coalition parties have won a majority of seats in the March 6 elections, a result that is being seen as an endorsement of the government's handling of the economic crisis, including the flat rate of income tax.

General News
Mar 07, 2011
ANDRUS ANSIP, Estonia's prime minister, is a happy man. Whatever the result of the coalition negotiations in the next few weeks, his strong showing in Sunday's parliamentary election means he is certain to keep the prime minister's post that he has held since 2005.

General News
Dec 14, 2010
Estonia’s resolve to adopt the euro on Jan. 1 is strengthening as politicians, companies and consumers bet the switch will make them safer, even after the currency quaked under $260 billion of bailouts. “We are at sea in a small boat tied to an ocean liner,” Finance Minister Jurgen Ligi said by e-mail. “In a storm or otherwise, we’d feel better being on board.”

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