The ultimate owner of an Estonian company is an individual who owns directly or indirectly more than 25% of the Estonian company’s share and is under its control. Read more
According to the new amendments in Corporate Law of Estonia, the Contact person shall be appointed if the company established in Estonia does not have any Member of the Management Board residing in Estonia.
New law is applicable to small UK enterprises (LTD) except Scottish LP companies and UK partnerships.
On October 14, 2014 the Economic and Financial Affairs Council of EU has adopted the agreement on introduction of the expanded directive about automatic exchange of information between tax authorities of the European countries which would allow to spot tax evasion or illicit money flows more easily.
Working with European companies and within the territory of the EC. Specifics of application of VAT rules and transfer price formation.
On October 1, 2012 in the Netherlands will be implemented new legislation for Dutch BV. The most important in this legislation is that now for the registration of BV does not have to pay the minimum authorized capital in amount EUR 18.000.
The VAT rate in Estonia has been changed from 01.07.2009. The new rate of VAT in Estonia is 20%.The preferential rate is 9%.
On 16 April 2009 the representatives of Russian Federation and the Republic of Cyprus drew the final draft Protocol to Treaty for Avoiding Double Taxation of 1988 between the parties.
On September, 24th 2008 FM Capital Consulting holds a business lunch on the topic of “The Estonian Companies as a Resident of EU. Features of Tax System, Privileges and Advantages”. Semiinar holds in Kiev, Ukraine.
As from 01.01.2008, in Estonia the new income tax rate from persons is 21%. Upon distribution of dividends, the corporate tax rate is 21/79.