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.
From Saturday or as of 15 February income tax returns shall be submitted to the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB), the bureaus of ETCB shall start issuing precompleted income tax returns on paper as of 17 February.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) points out that in the event of Brexit on 1 November, the United Kingdom (UK) will become a third country for the European Union, and both travellers and postal subscribers will have to consider the completion of customs formalities.
Tuesday, October 1st is the deadline for the second instalment of land tax as well as income and social tax for persons who were registered as self-employed persons in 2018, received gains from transfer of property or derived income from abroad.
Monday, July 1st is the deadline for the refund and additional payment of income tax. Based on the income tax returns submitted on the previous year, 41 616 persons have to pay additional income tax in the total amount of 11.4 million euros.
We remind you that the interruption of the information systems of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) starts in the afternoon of May 3rd and all the services will be functional again by the evening of May 8th at the latest. During the outage, the work of x-road services linked to the e-Tax/e-Customs and the ETCB databases will be stopped, and similarly, you cannot make other queries in the ETCB information systems.
Airbnb and the Estonian Tax and Customs Board (ETCB) today signed an agreement that will make it easier for hosts on Airbnb in Estonia to report their income tax. Under the agreement, Airbnb will allow hosts to voluntarily report their earnings via Airbnb to the tax authorities, which will subsequently add the income to the host’s yearly tax returns.