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Estonian CIT from the beginning of 2021


On November 30, 2020, the Journal of Laws published an amendment to the Corporate Income Tax ("CIT") Act, which means that at the beginning of the new year the regulations governing the lump sum on the income of companies, the so-called Estonian CIT, will come into force.

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Extended advance payment deadlines for certain businesses


In the Journal of Laws, a regulation of the Minister of Finance, Development Funds and Regional Policy was published on the extension of deadlines for the advance payments of income tax and lump-sum income tax by some payers. These regulations are to be a form of support for businesses on account of the COVID-19 epidemic as well as the restrictions on the performance of certain types of business activities. The extension of the deadlines is to counteract the negative economic consequences for businesses paying personal income tax.

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Changes in income taxes in 2021 published. Limited partnerships subject to CIT


On 30 November 2020, the Act of 28 November 2020 amending the Personal Income Tax Act, the Corporate Income Tax Act, the Lump Sum Income Tax Act on Certain Incomes Earned by Natural Persons and Certain Other Acts was published in the Journal of Laws No. 2123.

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Expenditure on the purchase of medicines and vaccinations for employees in tax costs


Expenses incurred by the employer in purchasing pharmaceuticals, medicinal products and other preparations for employees that strengthen the immunity of their organisms during an epidemic, as well as flu vaccinations, constitute tax deductible costs pursuant to Art. 15 (1) of the CIT Act. This standpoint was confirmed by the Head of the National Revenue Information Service (KIS Head) in an individual tax ruling of October 30, 2020 (case no. 0111-KDIB1-3.4010.423.2020.1.APO).

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Is it possible to deduct VAT from expenses incurred before registration?


The taxpayer is entitled to deduct input VAT from expenses incurred before the commencement of business and before registration with the tax office. This was confirmed by the Head of the National Revenue Information Service (KIS Head) in a private ruling of October 22, 2020 (case no. 0114-KDIP1-3.4012.517.2020.1.KP).

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