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Advice on lump-sum company income (so-called Estonian CIT)

We have experience in the implementation of the so-called Estonian CIT in limited liability companies from various industries.

Our support in this area includes, among others:

  • Conducting analyses of the profitability of implementing Estonian CIT in a specific case;

  • Analyses of the areas of tax settlement relevant from the perspective of the rules governing Estonian CIT (in particular in terms of the risk of application of the rules on hidden profits and non-business expenses);

  • Advising on the implementation of procedures related to entry into the Estonian CIT regime;

  • Providing tax training for personnel responsible for the day-to-day income tax settlement of companies that have implemented the Estonian CIT;

  • Conducting audits to verify the correctness of the accounts of companies applying Estonian CIT.