Introduction to e-MTA
Information about the use of the e-service environment as a private person is displayed to each user when entering the e-MTA for the first time. If the user also holds the right of representation of a legal person or receives it later, information about the use of the e-service environment as a legal person is also displayed to the user.
The information will also be available under Settings – Information about the use of e-MTA portal.
After signing in to the e-MTA, a dashboard is displayed first, providing users with a clear overview of their (and represented persons’) tax and customs information and prospective liabilities.
Users have the opportunity to design their own dashboard. It is possible to give priority to the most used content blocks and to change the number and choice of columns displayed in the tables.
You can sign in to the e-MTA using the following authentication methods:
- ID-card (also a digital ID, residence permit card, e-Resident digital ID and diplomatic card)
- EU e-ID
E-MTA user account
An e-MTA user account is created automatically for every person with an Estonian personal identification code. For non-residents who do not have the Estonian personal identification code, the user account is created based on the information obtained from a first successful authentication in the e-MTA. More information in the article "Information for non-residents for using e-services".
User account details can be found in the e-MTA under Settings - User account.
The project was financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
Last updated: 20.09.2021