Government tax policy seems randomEconomy
- Budget deficit a possibility againEconomy
- 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.
- The state needs warships, helicopters and coastal radar networkLocal News
- Estonian president signs tax amendments into lawLocal News
- European network calling on Estonia to guarantee sufficient funding for women's sheltersLocal News
- Estonian finmin wants to allow drawing up state budgets with structural deficitEconomy
- Estonian PM: Govt's 100 days' program sets out 98 tasksLocal News
- Editorial: do kick into gear, Mr OssinovskiOpinion
- Health Insurance Fund in the red by €33mLocal News
- Fines to doubleLocal News
- Estonian govt supports compensating EUR 400 of workers' sporting expenses per yearLocal News
- Restoring dental costs compensation consideredHealth
- From public purse to family purse Social spending sees 5 percent increaseLocal News
- Estonian parlt adopts 2016 state budgetEconomy
- Every party gets a part «Protection money» Excel table coming soonLocal NewsStarting today, Riigikogu discusses the 2016 state budget bill. Among other things, the lucky ones will emerge who are in for a windfall of extra taxpayer money – depending on level of love by parliamentarians. No surprise if the likes of Public Broadcasting (ERR) and Olympic Committee (EOK) get showered.
- Come January, €805.86 to drop monthly into state paid authors accountsCulture
- New budget head sees trouble ahead in economy of EstoniaEconomyAs Estonia's veteran budget watchdog Andrus Säälik assumed post as permanent Estonian adviser at OECD in Paris, his chair in September was filled by Sven Kirsipuu with 18 years at finance ministry under his belt. Tomorrow, state budget undergoes its first reading at Riigikogu. To mark the occasion, we thought we'd ask him how Estonian economy is doing?
- Hannes Hanso «embarrassed» that soc dems wanted to cut defence spendingLocal News
- Estonian govt to cover hospital bill of citizen taken ill in TurkeyLocal News
- Ferry queues are here to stayEconomy
- Stronger stick, sweeter carrot, and urge to mergeLocal News
- Swedes pull €550m from Estonian SwedbankEconomy
- Estonia in ditch with official carsLocal NewsPublic sector possesses poor overview of its vehicle fleet; procurements to buy official cars are performed one at a time; the autos are used in a manner ineffective. Yearly, related direct costs could be cut by 28.3 percent i.e. €19.3m – would we be willing to amend the law and seek economies of scale.
- Estonia won't achieve budget surplus before 2018Economy
- Estonia's govt coalition to lower social tax to 32 pctEconomy
- Will the three wise men finally deliver?Local News
- Parties promise to voters last year’s snowLocal NewsThis time around, how hard to find an investment promised in election programmes regarding next parliament mandate. The financing of lots of projects – ones they generously vow to support – has already been decided or stated in development programmes. The parties up to now outside of Riigikogu like Free Party and Conservative People’s Party (EKRE) will not promise even that.
- Oil paramount for KremlinEconomy