Establishing a company in Estonia

Are you an entrepreneur or company looking to start up a business abroad? Establishing a company in Estonia can be easy and completely hassle-free. Look to no other means of doing so and more than with Estonian Company Registration. With Estonian Company Registration, they will walk you through their step by step process of setting up a company in Estonia, while taking care of all the legal ramifications required so you do not have to worry. They offer all of those services and more which will help you get your company off to a great start abroad.

During the registration process, you can either choose from Ready-Made Companies, or a Tailor-Made Company. The other option is to be the founder of a company. The beauty of it all is that you do not have to be there physically to get all of this done. Establishing a company in Estonia has never been so easy and everything will be done for you during the set-up process. What are the advantages of a company registration in Estonia, you might ask? There are many benefits as to operating abroad in Estonia. Again, the main benefit is that you do not have to be there physically. You can operate normally as if you were there through the services provided by Estonian Company Registration. The best part is having your business up and running for you in just a matter of days. Once you are finished setting up a company in Estonia, a few sources that you might find useful for your company's benefit may be found at http://www.emta.ee/ and https://ariregister.rik.ee/index.py?lang=eng and http://ee.europa.eu/taxation_customs/vies/vieshome.do do In addition, take a quick glance at some of the services that we offer for setting up your virtual office:

Benefits of an Estonian company

  • Liberal tax system and legislation
  • Working business structure up and running quickly
  • Low Estonian taxes
  • Low economic business friction
  • Maximizes possibilities and less limitations

Virtual Office Services

  • Legal address and physical mailbox
  • Phone and email consulting
  • Digital mail forwarding
  • Email address for registry

For more detailed information on how you can get started with company registration along with all the tools you need for setting up a company in Estonia, please visit our websites at http://www.estoniancompanyregistration.com/ and http://www.estoniancompanyregistration.com/guide-for-registration/ You will find all that you are looking for to get you started and more. We look forward to serving and working for you.

Buying a company in Estonia

Buying a company in Estonia has never been easier than with Estonian Company Registration. Estonian Company Registration does much of the set-up process for you after you decide to buy a company in Estonia. You have three options to choose from when trying to select which type of company you would like to open up.

You can either choose from a Ready-Made Company, a Tailor-Made Company, or to be the founder of a totally brand new company. It is recommended to foreigners based out of the country to start up their own company and be the founder. This route is less work and comes with less complications. Either way you decide to go, the majority of the work will be done for you through Estonian Company Registration. The whole purpose is to make it worry-free for you. You are not required to be there physically to start your company abroad. That is what we are here for. We are here to do the work for you.

There are a plethora of advantages that you are facing should you choose to buy a company in Estonia.

Benefits:

  • Great Structural Tax System
  • Low Taxes
  • Your Company up and running within days
  • Very limited economic business friction
  • Maximum business possibilities
  • Run your company online from virtually anywhere
  • Online Web support
  • Easy Company Management Tools Accessible online

The possibilities are endless when buying a company in Estonia because you can only flourish thereafter, especially with the help of Estonian Company Registration. If you would like to receive more information on what Estonian Company Registration can do for you and how to get started on the process, then please feel free to visit our website at purchase versus foundtion and list of ready made companies. In addition, once you get your company off the ground and running, a few links that you might find useful could be found at http://www.emta.ee/ and https://ariregister.rik.ee/index.py?lang=eng

Get started now by visiting our website and email us or give us a call today. We are here for you to answer any questions or concerns that you may have.

We look forward to working with and for you.

Advantages of virtual office in Tallinn

Are you an entrepreneur or a company looking to start up a business abroad? You can get your business set up with ease and have it be completely hassle-free. Look no further than doing all of this and more with Estonian Company Registration. With Estonian Company Registration, we will walk you through their step by step process of setting up a virtual office, while taking care of all the legal ramifications needed so you do not have to worry. We offer all of those services and more which will help you get your company off to a great start abroad.

The Economist article about Estonian ID card.

A national identity scheme goes global

Jun 28th 2014 | From the print edition. Link

THE founders of the internet were academics who took users’ identities on trust. When only research co-operation was at stake, this was reasonable. But the lack of secure identification is now hampering the development of e-commerce and the provision of public services online. In day-to-day life, from banking to dating, if you don’t know who you are dealing with, you are vulnerable to fraud or deceit, or will have to submit to cumbersome procedures such as scanning and uploading documents to prove who you are.

Managing an Estonian Company from Abroad

Managing an Estonian Company from Abroad

A prime consideration when setting up any foreign business structure is management. It is a misconception to assume that titles like “Director”, “Manager”, “Managing Director”, “CEO” and “Board Member” have universal meaning. Legally they do not. In different legal systems, such terms may have specific legal definitions or none at all. In so called offshore jurisdictions, laws tend to be very permissive, and requirements regarding company management are relatively few. Managerial positions, responsibilities and liabilities are largely as defined by the owners and their legal advisors in the founding documents. And, the founding documents are relatively easy to create and amend, usually without any need to inform the jurisdiction of incorporation. While this may sound like a dream come true for a bureaucracy weary entrepreneur, it can have both advantages and disadvantages depending on the context.

Historical, Philosophical and Practical origins of the Estonia Tax System, Part II

In part I, I offered perspectives on Estonian tax policy from the fall of the Soviet Union through the early years of reform. While Estonia did well through this period, we should note that there were challenges along the way. The country endured a jarring stock market and credit crash in 1997, and the Russian banking crisis in 1998 and the dotcom implosion across the Atlantic a few years. All these events had significant negative impacts on the Estonian economy. Yet reforms powered ahead, and setbacks were followed by strong rebounds. The leading economic indicators through these years put Estonia at or near the top of all former East bloc countries in development. This was especially impressive considering that communism was most firmly entrenched in the former USSR. While there were many factors contributing to these results, the Estonian tax system was clearly a cornerstone of the successful transition.

Historical, Philosophical and Practical origins of the Estonian Tax System, part I

Historical, Philosophical and Practical origins of the Estonian Tax System, part I

William H. Cronenberg
ttorney at Law

To understand the origins of the Estonian tax system, one has to understand the nature of the transition Estonia has undergone since the collapse of the USSR in August 1991. My first personal experience with Estonia dates back to June of 1988 on a university study tour. The Soviet Union was in terminal decline then, but few people realized it. Like most observers at the time, I regarded the USSR as a firm geopolitical reality not likely to change in my lifetime, or at least not without a conflict of apocalyptic proportions. I was as surprised as anyone when the Soviet Union collapsed almost bloodlessly only a few years later. 15 diverse, totally unprepared, newly independent republics embarked on a very difficult period of adjustment. The legacies of Communism remain very much in evidence across the region today. But despite the challenges and difficulties, this transition also represented a rare historical moment of opportunity, and no former Soviet republic was better positioned to seize this opportunity than Estonia.