Are you looking for a service that will help you open your own company in Estonia?
Estonia recently became one of the most popular countries for registering companies.
Whether you’re a digital nomad, a freelancer, or a contractor; whether you want to create your own startup, or you already have a company, Estonia is an excellent choice.
Estonia is ready for the modern professionals like micropreneurs, self-employed developers, and freelancers of all kinds.
Why Choose Us?
We specialize in offering accounting services for businesses like yours
What are the benefits of establishing a company in Estonia?
This country is well-known among entrepreneurs thanks to the fact that it is so easy to do business there. It’s simple, it’s cheap, and with the services of Sol Accounting, it will be a walk in the park.
You can set up and run a company in Estonia, no matter where you actually work or live. The first country in the world that offered e-residency is Estonia. Estonia enabled anyone who had a desire to do so, to base their business and their finances in this country.
Some of the most successful startups started in this small nation in northern Europe. Actually, you’re probably already using some of those Estonian startups right now. Skype, Pipedrive, and TransferWise all started here. And, if you’re ready to make that step, you can open a company in Estonia online too, with some help from Sol Accounting.
And, what’s even better, we know exactly how to help you start your business.
As soon as you contact us via email or by calling our phone line
+372 53087990, we will start working on helping you to start doing business in Estonia.
In order to have a company in Estonia, you don’t have to know the language. All of the public and private services are both in English and Estonian.
Plus, since Estonia considers itself to be a Nordic nation, a high level of English is normal among its residents. So if you ever need a service from Estonia, you won’t have a problem with the language barrier.
All of that amounts to one thing – a company you open in Estonia will be truly global, as an Estonian e residency will make it easy for you to do business with companies and customers from all over the world.
Plus, since Estonia’s digital infrastructure is incredibly advanced, no matter what happens in the country itself, you will still be able to work normally.
Estonian company tax is one of the main reasons why more and more people are opening their companies in this country.
You see, if you open a company in Estonia, you will pay little to no taxes. Basically, if you pay the corporation tax in Estonia, there’s a 0% rate on all the profits that you keep inside the company.
So, if you earn money and pay employees – or yourself, that money will not be subjected to any tax at all.
Yes, this country is a tax haven, and if you open a business here, you will reap all the benefits of it rather quickly.
What do I need in order to start doing business in Estonia?
- If you’re considering opening an OU company in Estonia, one of the first things you will need is an Estonian e-residency.
- This residency means that you will have complete access to this country’s advanced digital infrastructure, as well as the same business rights as a real citizen of Estonia does.
- We will help you complete your e-residency application, and give you all the other information you might need. Estonian e-residency cost is a one-time fee of 100 euro that you can also pay online.
- Some e-residency applications aren’t approved. People are not always certain how to fill out the forms, or how to respond to certain questions. We are here to make sure that you don’t get rejected when you apply.
- All you need to have for Estonian company formation is a legal address in Estonia, Estonian e-residency, a company name that some didn’t already take, and that’s it. And with us, all of that is simple. We will take care of each step of the way, making sure that everything is done properly, with no mistakes, and in your best interest.
Private limited company Estonia
So what exactly is OU company Estonia? What is it that you will be opening? In this country, a limited company is called OsaÜhing.
This word gets shortened to OU at the end of the name of your company. Basically, we will help you open a limited liability company (Ltd or LLC in other countries).
If you decide to develop your business further, we can help you register your employees, and manage the necessary taxes.
That’s all nice, but, why do I need accounting services? Can’t I do all of this on my own?
Well, technically, you can. But, do you want to? It can be exceedingly difficult. Opening a company can include a lot of back and forth if you don’t have the experience that we do.
We know all that needs to be done. We can prepare all the paperwork quickly, and establish your company without you having to lift a finger.
Also, we will arrange everything, make sure your future company fulfills every legal requirement, and submit the documentation to the Estonian Financial Services Commission.
Even if you can do all the paperwork, you need an expert to do your bookkeeping, and you want someone who won’t charge you an arm and a leg for it.
Not to mention that you want to be able to run your business with a clear head. You don’t want to have to worry about doing VAT returns in time, and avoiding late penalties.
You see, many small and medium-size business owners work themselves into the ground trying to handle everything. That’s how valuable time is lost. The same time that you could be spending on improving your business, or preparing to launch it.
That’s where we step in
Sol Accounting is here to help with your every accounting need. We like to think of ourselves as of your personal accounting team.
Don’t think of working with us as of outsourcing. It will be more like adding a remote-working team to your business. That is what we strive to do.
To become an integral part of your business, to help you start, grow, and advance.
We sign a confidentiality contract with each and every one of our clients. That is why, with us, you don’t have to worry about the safety of your information.