COMPANY REGISTRATION IN ESTONIA

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Estonia is an appealing destination for many companies both from Europe and CIS due to the tax-exempt, prestigious European jurisdiction, fast company formation period and total foreign participation. This country is a full EU member since 2004. With euro as an official currency, company registration is simple. An Estonian company allows to minimize tax burden and to carry out operations with EU partners directly.

Company Registration in Estonia – Prices

Basic

749
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Set of registration documents
  • Notary services
  • Stamp of the company

Standard

1449
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Set of registration documents
  • Notary services
  • Contact person of the company
  • Legal address

Premium

1799
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Set of registration documents
  • Notary services
  • Contact person of the company
  • Legal address
  • Opening a bank account

Premium+

2249
  • Company registration, including payment of fees
  • Set of registration documents
  • Notary services
  • Contact person of the company
  • Legal address
  • Opening a bank account
  • Obtaining a VAT number
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The Estonian private limited liability company (OÜ) is the most common form of business as its shareholders have no personal liability for the company’s obligations. At the same time, the minimum authorised share capital is required to be at least 2500 EUR.

Estonian legislation does not set up requirements for the number founders and Board members. They can be both Estonian residents or non-residents. The founders of the Estonian company invest their capital in the company’s share capital and receive dividends according to the number of shares they own. The members of the Board are not entitled to receive dividends, but are selected to manage the Estonian company.

Corporate profits are not taxed (tax rate 0%) unless or until the profits are distributed as dividends; all undistributed corporate profits are tax-exempt.

The VAT rate on the export of goods is 0%. If the annual taxable turnover exceeds 16 000 EUR you will need to register at the Tax and Customs Board as a VAT payer. Thus, the Estonian company gets the features of a classic offshore company, but at the same time, is registered in a European country.

The benefits of this offshore zone are as follows:

  • Zero tax rate. The tax rate is 0% unless or until the profits are distributed as dividends.
  • Only one shareholder is required who can also be a sole director. He/she can be resident of any country, which means that CIS citizens are free to own and operate Estonian companies.
  • One of the most profitable tax systems. They can be used for trading with EU partners, as a hold