Party members less than generousLocal News
- Officials and medics among parent's pay fraudsLocal NewsIf earlier attempts to con the state for the maximum amount of the parent's pay instrument were made mainly by people out of work or owners of companies, the middle class has also turned to this particular type of fraud today. People often put in place detailed agreements with employers not to appear on the radar of the tax board.
- Finnish scientists: in wage rise years Estonan women up and birth boysEstonian news
- Estonian online gamers drawing income from fansLocal News
- Riigikogu pulls doubling of fines off agendaLocal News
- Come January, €805.86 to drop monthly into state paid authors accountsCulture
- In Estonia, a debtor lives the good lifeLocal News
- Editorial: a toothless stateOpinionIf an ordinary paid worker owes money, a bailiff demands that he pay up. Limits are set to use of bank account. From registers, they will find about his assets and can apply forced sales. He keeps paying until the debt is covered. In the worst cases, he also pays the absurdly large fines for delay, and the tough collection costs.
- Editorial: leave city, be happyOpinion
- Working in Finland: homecoming considered with wage rise or when retiredEconomy
- Parlt passes occupational disability actLocal News
- Among Baltic states' residents Estonians have the most savings - Swedbank surveyEconomy
- Oil paramount for KremlinEconomy
- Estonian employers' manifesto names competitiveness as priorityEconomy
- September tax receipts up almost 10 pct on year at EUR 453.5 mlnEconomy
- Work capacity reform delayedLocal News
- In 2013 the average monthly gross wages and salaries were 949 eurosEconomyAccording to Statistics Estonia, in 2013, the average monthly gross wages and salaries were 949 euros and the average hourly gross wages and salaries were 5.73 euros. Compared to 2012, the average monthly gross wages and salaries increased 7.0% and the average hourly gross wages and salaries increased 7.3%.
- Editorial: Embarrassed in EstoniaOpinionJust some months ago, Vaiko Eplik came out with a new album, 7 ehk Nõgesed. It’s good stuff, and one CD wouldn’t be enough – a pity to kill the thing in the car, and some songs one would like to take jogging. For the car, one can burn an extra CD. For running purposes, stick files in iPod. Both are legal, if done for personal use only.
- LHV and Nordea lead the packEconomy