With Estonian reporting requirements expanding to include sustainability information in line with the EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), this week an article weighs up the pros and cons for Estonian corporates.
Estonia has been quietly forging ahead with all things digital for some time now. Seeing as it boasts some of the fastest internet on the planet and the world’s first digital e-Residency scheme, it’s of no surprise that structured data is also on Estonia’s agenda.
Reporting this year is vastly more complicated for many companies. A concise and clear blog post this week from Estonia gives some tips to help work through any pandemic-related problems and submit annual reports on time and correctly during the crisis. It’s a comprehensive guide to who, what and how to report for businesses in […]
The Finnish Population Register Centre and the Estonian Information System Authority (Riigi Infosüsteemi Amet, RIA) have embarked on a programme to merge their national data exchanges, effectively creating a joint information centre for citizens of the two countries. There are over 60,000 Estonians living in Finland, and the amount of cross border traffic and economic […]
An in-depth look at Reporting 3.0 in Estonia from a presentation by Margus Tammeraja, Chairman of the Board at the Association of Estonian Accountants at the Real Time Economy Conference in Finland.