Loan from the Owner to the Company: Secrets, Pitfalls, and Restrictions

Conducting business in Estonia opens numerous opportunities for company owners to finance their companies. One such opportunity is issuing a loan to their own company. However, it is essential to remember that the loan process is regulated by law and has its own specificities. In this article, we will explore how an owner can issue a loan to their company and why the reverse process – receiving a loan from their company – is impossible under Estonian law.

How to Avoid Tax Inspections: A Guide for Entrepreneurs

Complying with tax legislation is not only a duty but also an essential element of any business's reputation. In Estonia, the Tax and Customs Board (MTA) oversees adherence to tax laws, with the aim of minimizing losses of state revenue, ensuring equal conditions for competition, and protecting society from tax fraud.


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How can a startup avoid tax issues when launching sales of digital products in the EU market?

When launching a business focused on selling digital products in the European Union countries, startups face a number of tax obligations. Special attention should be paid to VAT taxation rules, as they significantly differ from the rules applied to traditional goods and services. One of the key points is the threshold of 10,000 euros for the single European market, which, when exceeded, requires Estonian startups to obtain an Estonian VAT number to use the OSS system.