Customs: new transit rules (1/46/14) (0)

13.11.2014

Passed

New Cabinet Regulation No. 603, Application of the “Transit” Customs Procedure, was passed on 30 September 2014 to replace the old rules with effect from 17 October. This article takes a look at the main amendments. Read more..

Estonian taxation of private cars used for business purposes (2/46/14) (0)

13.11.2014

Passed

The Estonian tax treatment of company cars and private cars registered in Estonia and used for business purposes has changed from this autumn. This article explores some of the changes made to Estonian legislation that might interest taxpayers having a representative office or permanent establishment in Estonia and cars registered there. Read more..

Social insurance cap to rise for 2015 (3/46/14) (0)

13.11.2014

Draft

Proposals for amending Cabinet Regulation No. 1478 of 17 December 2013, which caps the amount of salary that is subject to compulsory and voluntary national social insurance contributions, were announced at a meeting of state secretaries on 16 October 2014. This article takes a look at capping arrangements under debate for 2015. Read more..

Labour Code amended (1/45/14) (0)

04.11.2014

Passed

On 23 October 2014 Parliament passed amendments to the Labour Code in their final reading with effect from 1 January 2015. The amendments relate to information that should be included in employment contracts and job adverts, the period for blood donors to take their statutory days off, and rules for vacation pay, working hours, etc. This article takes a look at some of the amendments. Read more..

No significant changes expected to corporate tax treatment (2/45/14) (0)

04.11.2014

Draft

Proposals for amending the Corporate Income Tax (CIT) Act were debated by the Cabinet of Ministers in late October. This article takes a look at some of the forthcoming changes that will affect only taxpayers who are making or plan to make initial long-term investments under a qualifying investment project. In other words, no substantial changes have been made to CIT legislation in the past year, which allows taxpayers to better plan their operations and CIT treatment. Read more..

 
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