Essential Back-Office Elements for Operations of an Estonian Company
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Find out what is vital for the correct operations of your Estonian company after incorporation. Bank account opening, accounting, tax, VAT, and so much more
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Checklist for a New Company in Estonia
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E-Residency
Perhaps, you have already applied or even received your blue card. If so, you can go over to the next step.

But if you opened a company through a notary, we highly recommend you to apply for an e-residency. Why? An e-Residency card is a great tool to open and manage your company online with ease from almost anywhere in the world.

Bank account
Opening a business bank account might be a struggle for a new company. In this section, you will find the most important information regarding bank account opening:

1. Traditional bank account or fintech provider
2. How to choose the right fintech provider
3. Which documents you will need to

Accounting
Each company in Estonia is required to prepare an annual report for the fiscal year (January, 1 — December, 31).

Here you can find out the most important information regarding accounting requirements or simply choose one of the accounting packages from Enty.

VAT
Some companies are required to obtain a VAT number and some might benefit from it. The process might be confusing or complicated but we have several materials and tools that will help you with that. are ready to break it down for you when you're ready.
Therapeutic collection
We have prepared clear step-by-step guides and tools to help you figure out everything regarding managing your company



VAT
VAT (value-added tax) is a consumption tax placed on a product whenever a value is added at each stage of the supply chain, from production to the point of sale. The amount of VAT that the user pays is on the cost of the product, minus any of the costs of materials used in the product that has already been taxed.

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