Tax changes package finally readyEconomy
- What will the year 2017 bring us? From broken teeth to fishingLocal NewsWhat will the year 2017 bring us? Besides increased excises, the coming year will bring Estonia’s residents new subsidies – for example, it is likely that more people will visit dentists in 2017, because a small compensation will be paid to adults as well. Postimees reviews the most significant law amendments.
- By the hundreds, tax debtors go to mass grave via PanamaEconomyThe grand-named Panamanian company Transatlantic International Brokers Corp owns 168 firms says Estonian commercial register, all under liquidation with help by Raul Pint and his business partner Andrus Räppo. Nearly all owe taxes to Estonian state, some more and some less – but put together the arrears arise above a million euros.
- At long last: conceptual design for more lenient taxation of company cars completed Kilowatts will be the issue!Economy
- VKG headed towards hefty yearly lossEconomySince spring no longer CEO of Estonian Railways due to private use of company fuel card, Ahti Asmann sits at helm of a leading private-capital-based chemical industry enterprise Viru Keemia Grupp (VKG). Kütusehindade madalseisu tõttu esimest korda kahjumisse langenud Ida-Virumaa suurimaid tööandjaid kavatseb siiski lähiajal kõik olulised töökohad säilitada, sest kokkuhoiu nimel tehtav vallandamine tooks kaasa ettevõtte sulgemise. Eesti Raudtee asjadest ei soovinud Asmann rääkida.
- Keyword: common digital marketLocal NewsNo argument whatsoever against directing public services into Internet, said Andrus Ansip – candidate for European Commission vice president over common digital market, in opening statement to grilling before MEPs last night in Brussels. Mr Ansip vowed to do all in his power to link public services all across Europe.
- Editorial: taxing company cars – correct step taken incorrectlyOpinionWhen it comes to taxing cars, finance ministry is basically on the right track; even so, it is weird for them to drive the tax amendments through Riigikogu with no prior public debate. The more so that we are not talking about a tax hole that was discovered «yesterday» and needs to be closed up by tomorrow, so let’s run... No: all the issues and question marks have basically been known for quite a while.