Click on the “Open your business ” button and follow the instructions of the online assistant to set up your business in Estonia. Why Estonia?
At the end of the process, you need to sign the online company registration with your e-resident card from Estonia.
Don’t have your e-resident card yet? Don’t worry, after registering with us, we’ll help you with the application process.
Companio’s team will help you open a business account with the most convenient banking solution for you. After that, just connect your account to Companio and from there you can control all your movements, charges, payments and much more.
We take care of the rest: accounting, payroll and tax reporting.
Companio helps you to manage your online business with a whole team of legal and fiscal experts before, during and after the creation of your company.
Once your company’s been registered, we will start working on your accounting, taxes, and compliance. On the 25th of the following month, we will charge you for the first monthly fee (the fee is charged when we complete the monthly accounting, which always happens on the following month, so your September accounting fee is charged on the 25th of October).
Every month, we calculate the number of invoices uploaded to the platform. They included both sales and purchase invoices, which need to be considered for the monthly accounting and used to calculate the fee.
Please, remember that this fee is, thus, dynamic, changing every month as the number of invoices of your company changes. Therefore, if one month you have fewer invoices than the previous one, you may also pay less for our monthly service.
The monthly accounting fee is independent of the number of members of your company.
There is no minimum commitment period for the regular company registration (unless different conditions apply due to promotions or discounts). Switching providers is subject to a minimum commitment period of three months.
We support digital, location-independent freelancers and businesses of all kinds.
Companies with multiple shareholders, board members, activities, bank accounts, and employees are welcome, from freelance programmers to SaaS startups, FBA, and dropshipping online shops to marketing agencies.
The activity of your business must be digital, and your business should only have a permanent establishment in Estonia.