Secure access from your desktop, phone and tablet at anytime, from anywhere
Cost-effective due to automation
Complex tasks handled by our accountant, while staying fully synced in the cloud
Easy formation of the company. Location-independent business with minimal cost and red tape. A fully digital end-to-end service. If desired, no phone calls, office visits, or physical paperwork. These are just a few reasons why to start a business in Estonia.
Certain business types require an activity licence from the Estonian government. We provide assistance with obtaining the required licences ensuring your company stays compliant with the laws and regulations.
All Estonian companies that are managed from abroad must appoint a local contact person per the conformity with the Commercial Code and us as a licenced company service provider can do so. In case you manage your company from Estonia, you can appoint a contact person voluntarily and use our registered address service to receive local correspondence.
One of the key issues upon establishing and running an operating company is the existence of a bank account. For this purpose, we help with opening a bank or a payment account in Estonia and abroad, considering the specifics of each client’s business activities.
We render a full range of accounting and tax compliance services for resident and non-resident companies. Our accounting services are tailored towards the needs of small and medium businesses with cross-border transactions.
The growth in the use of mobile devices and social technologies means the office can be almost anywhere. Virtual offices create an opportunity for people to work whenever they like from wherever they are. We can provide you the full virtual office package, with business address, mail handling, and telephone answering.
We provide general compliance advice to our corporate clients on the legal issues which regularly impact their businesses, e.g. data protection, competition law, directors´ statutory obligations etc. We help our clients navigate the labyrinth of legislation and best practice codes relevant to corporate governance and corporate responsibility.
An Estonian company is required to register with the Tax and Customs Board as a VAT payer if the annual taxable turnover exceeds 40,000 euros. The tax authority shall register a company as a taxable person as at the date the registration obligation arose, within three working days as of the receipt of the application.