When you’re looking up the name of your business, you will want to make sure that you’re only using latin letters without special characters.
When you have the business name then go to register your company and there you’ll need three things;
● Company Registration State Fee which is around 190 euros.
● Details about the company’s structure and area of the business.
● Address and contact person in Estonia.
There are virtual offices and service providers in Estonia so while choosing a service provider you must keep in mind that you don’t need to give up any control over your business and all the management and decisions are made by you and you retain those rights. Although it is not mandatory, we advise you to have an accountant. You may act like an accountant but in our opinion you must hire one who is familiar with the Estonia accounting, taxation and legal system to be in compliance with all the local laws.
Most of the businessmen around the world choose Estonia to set up their business because it is much less expensive to run their business.The most common type of business entity in Estonia for non-residents is private limited company.
When you’re doing this process you will need to state your Articles of Association. There are several questions you’ll be asked while registering the company such as;
● What will your initial area of business activity be?
● Who are the shareholders?
● How large is the partner’s share capital contribution?
● What is the business address?
● How will the management take place?
You’ll ask for the business area activity because unlike in the other jurisdiction area, Estonia tries to be hassle free and understanding of new business entities. If you want to change business areas or activities later, then you don’t need to register a new company.
The minimum share capital requirement for a company is 2500 Euros and this is because of a matter of gaining trust of the Estonian government. Let it be clear that although 2500 Euros is a sort of high investment, it is not a government fee rather a share capital requirement for your company which means your company can use this amount for its expenses and other commercial activities.
E-Residency Tax Basics:
To deal with the complexities of international taxation as an e resident, you can now build a global company even more easily than ever before even if you run it by yourself. However this also means that you need to understand international taxation especially if you live globally. There are too many types of taxation to be aware of that are often confused in conversations among global entrepreneurs.
First you need to be aware that you and your company are separate legal entities. So corporate taxes are where your company pays taxes and personal taxes where you individually pay taxes. In both cases, E-residency doesn’t directly determine where either of these taxes needs to be paid.
There are international tax rules in place to determine where you will pay your taxes and this applies to everyone, regardless of where you register your company. Determining your personal tax residency tends to be quite straightforward for most residents because even if you’re traveling you always