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Tax Residency in Estonia FAQs

Question Answer
Does the e-Residence Card impact tax residency? The e-Residence card is a powerful tool for business operations but doesn’t affect tax residency. πŸ–‹οΈπŸŒ
Can I get a Certificate of Tax Residency? Yes, you can obtain a Certificate of Tax Residency with an official stamp and signature. πŸ–ŠοΈβœ…
What are tax liabilities for non-residents? Non-residents are taxed on income sourced within Estonia, with potential liabilities in their home country. πŸ’Ό
How is the director’s fee taxed for non-residents? Director’s fees are taxable in Estonia, with potential social security obligations. An A-1 certificate can help in certain cases. πŸ’°
What if my company has tax residencies in multiple countries? Resolutions are typically found in agreements preventing double taxation. 🌍
How to alter tax residency status as a natural person? Fill out the “R” form and submit it to EMTA (Revenue) when changing tax residency. πŸšΆβ€β™‚οΈβž‘οΈπŸšΆβ€β™‚οΈ
Fee Structure for Certificate of Residence Non-residents are primarily taxed on income in Estonia. International agreements usually dictate residency status, and conflicts prioritize the international agreement. πŸ“πŸ’Ά



Certificate of Tax Residency in Estonia πŸ“œ

If you are in need of a certificate of tax residence from Estonia πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ͺ, then you’re in the right place. This invaluable document, which affirms your tax residency in Estonia, can be issued either for an individual or a company. An official from Estonia will duly sign this certificate, and it will also bear the official stamp. However, it’s essential to understand that while this certifies tax residence for an Estonian entity, the definitive tax residency status gets determined by international agreements. These agreements are specifically crafted to prevent double taxation and fiscal evasion, and Estonia is a signatory to many of these.

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Criteria Residency Status in Estonia
Primary place of residence in Estonia 🏠 Achieves resident status
Stayed in Estonia for a minimum of 183 days πŸ“… Achieves resident status


Criteria Residency Status in Estonia
Place where the company is registered Determines the residency status in Estonia for legal entities

Legal Basis

Β§ 6. Resident (1) For natural persons to qualify as residents, they should either have their place of residence in Estonia or stay in Estonia for at least 183 days over 12 consecutive calendar months. From the day of their arrival, they are considered residents. Additionally, Estonian diplomats serving overseas also qualify as residents. Such residents are obliged to pay income tax on all their income, irrespective of its source, be it within Estonia or outside, and regardless of the income categories stated in §§ 13–22. [RT I, 06.07.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.04.2013]

(2) Legal entities gain resident status if they’re established according to Estonian law. European public limited companies (SE) and European associations (SCE) with registered seats in Estonia also qualify as residents. Such entities are taxed on the objects stated in §§ 48–52 and are required to withhold income tax on the payments mentioned in Β§ 41.

For a deep dive into the legal foundation, refer to the Estonian Income Tax Act as published in Riigi Teataja (State Gazette) – https://www.riigiteataja.ee/en/eli/520122021005/consolide


  1. Jonatan

    Works well – I got certificate directly from Estonia and original too – thanks.

  2. Antonio

    I appreicate this company – Eesti provided services excellent.

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