Why an Estonia Co. is the Best Vehicle to Hold Your Investments In

Deciding upon an investment vehicle structure and location is a key decision for every investor to make. Although there are quite a few high-quality options available, many investors struggle to find the best corporate structure and suitable jurisdiction in which to manage their investments.


Estonia Tops 2021 International Tax Competitiveness Index

Estonia has recently ranked first on the 2021 International Tax Competitiveness Index, a position it has held for eight consecutive years — meaning Estonia officially has the best tax code in the OECD.



The Group of Seven (G7) rich nations have recently reached a landmark deal for the creation of a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15%. The proposal was approved by the G-20 in July and has been signed by more than 130 countries, almost all of the OECD Inclusive Framework, but Hungary. The reform aims to stop international corporations from slashing tax bills by registering in nations with low rates.


Obligation to submit work environment risk analysis

If your company has at least one employee, it is necessary to submit a work environment risk analysis to the Labor Inspectorate (Estonia) by 1 September 2021.


Estonia or Malta? Which is the better option for digital nomads?

Over the past few years, increasing amounts of people from all over the globe have left their stressful, or unfulfilling desk jobs, opting for the “digital nomad” lifestyle. Working as a digital nomad is a great option for a number of reasons: you can be your own boss, work less hours, and of course, live anywhere you want. In terms of country specifics, both Estonia and Malta have a lot to offer. These two countries have long been seen as top destinations for those who work online to call home. But which of these countries is better? Let’s investigate.


Estonia vs. Lithuania e-Residency Programs — Which is Better?

As of the 21st of June 2021 foreigners have been able to apply for e-resident status in Lithuania, receiving an e-resident card and e-ID certificate. This allows them to make use of the electronic administrative, public or commercial services provided in Lithuania. The Lithuanian e-residency program is just the latest in a growing marketplace. Estonia created it’s highly popular e-residency program, the first of its kind, back in 2014 and it has since grown to be the program to beat. What does the Lithuanian program have to offer? Is it better than the Estonian e-residency program? Which should you choose? These are all questions we aim to answer in this article. Read on to find out!


Estonia: Changes Related to the Transfer of Shares of Private Limited Companies

A number of changes related to the transfer of shares of private limited companies entered into force in May and August this year. The main purpose of the changes was to simplify the transfer of shares and to make it foremost easier for foreigners to invest in Estonian start-up companies. Other companies can also take advantage of new opportunities, but there are also risks involved.

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