The Estonian Tax and Customs Board and the Finnish Tax Administration have started real-time data exchange, which enhances tax control, saves resources and improves the quality of services offered to customers.
Estonian Tax and Customs Board and International House of Estonia will organise a webinar on the declaration of income for foreign nationals working in Estonia, which takes place on March 17th from 16.00 to 17.00.
Due to a large number of users, the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) has limited the number of users who can simultaneously file their income tax return electronically, and recommends that people do not rush to submit the tax returns.
The transitional period of the United Kingdom for leaving the European Union ended on 1 January, which means that the customs union rules no longer apply to trade with the United Kingdom. This means that from now on travel to or from the UK, ordering parcels from the UK or trade between companies will be subject to customs procedures.
A scheduled maintenance is performed to the information systems of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) due to systems upgrading starting on 4 December in the evening at 22:00 and expected to last until 5 December 09:00 in the morning.
There will be a scheduled interruption in the information systems of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) from 22:00 on the evening of 4 December, which is expected to last until 09:00 on the morning of 5 December. During the interruption, the online services environment e-MTA and the information systems and X-tee services accessible from the e-MTA will be unavailable. Queries about public information in the ETCB information systems cannot be made during this period either.
As of today, the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) provides business operators with a new e-service that is unique in the world - tax behaviour ratings, which is a tool for businesses to keep their tax matters in order.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) calls on companies that have fallen into difficulties in paying taxes in the period of the emergency situation and cannot afford to pay the full amount of taxes they owe to apply for payment by instalments through the e-MTA. After the end of the emergency situation, interests will be charged again on tax arrears that are not rescheduled.
In order to alleviate the financial situation of companies, the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) suspends the calculation of interests on their tax arrears for the period of emergency with retroactive effect as from 1 March to 1 May. However, all tax returns must be submitted on time and taxes must be paid whenever it is possible.