The e-Business Register, administrated by the Centre of Registers and Information Systems, added a new option to its registry data viewing environment – an option to see whether a company has tax arrears.
According to Minister of Justice Kristen Michal, the viewing of tax arrears in the e-Business Register environment is another step towards making life easier for companies. “About two months ago the e-Business Register started issuing English-language registry cards and now we have the option of verifying tax arrears. All these solutions in one place help companies to get an easier and faster overview of their business partners and to avoid possible problems,” the Minister added.
The added option provides real-time information about whether a company has correctly paid all taxes or if it has debts towards the Tax and Customs Board and whether there have been such debts in the past. The system also displays the debt amount and the content of the tax arrears.
The information on tax arrears is available free-of-charge to everybody.
The e-Business Register is a service of the Centre of Registers and Information Systems, being based on the database of the registry departments of county courts and displaying the real-time data of all legal persons registered in Estonia. The Business Register data of companies and the information about tax arrears is available to everybody via the address of https://ariregister.rik.ee/