AutoAccount OÜ Tallinn office opening

AutoAccount is a bookkeeping service designed for international micro-entrepreneurs and digital nomads. The service is fully location independent and online. Although the process is electronic and digital there are always professional accountants who are completing the books. Despite the team of remote employees we also need a head office where the company is managed from and which is conveniently located for face-to-face meetings. AutoAccount OÜ office was opened today at Metro Plaza Tallinn and currently run by the Board member Mikko Ilves.

A rapid change of European environment creates more demand on location independent services for entrepreneurs. For example immigration and BREXIT have increased enquiries about EU registered companies and digitalisation has made it possible to run the companies remotely. Especially Estonia has invested in e-residency possibilities within EU. The country has enticed thousands of new registered companies who require also local accounting service. AutoAccount is a tested online bookkeeping service in English and ready to go for this target group. It has to be remembered though that e-resident company cannot normally be used for tax planning. As a matter of fact it can mean a tax residency in several countries.

–Especially Finnish entrepreneurs have sometimes misunderstandings how the business in Finland could be run from Estonian company, Mikko Ilves from AutoAccount OÜ describes. One of our tasks is to guide the business owners in taxation issues to avoid unpleasant surprises.

Our accountant team can provide cost efficient monthly bookkeeping also in other European countries like France and Finland. This requires local expertise in annual statutory reporting which is available via Digibalance group.

AutoAccount OÜ offers also virtual office services at Metro Plaza office and is currently looking for one junior and one senior level of accountant as a part of the launch in Estonia. More information by e-mail autoaccount@digibalance.eu

 

 

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