The E-COMMERCE BROKER company offers register a company in Lithuania on mutually beneficial terms of partnership. We successfully work in the field of offshore, electronic payments and modern technologies.
As practice shows, most often companies in Lithuania register under the conduct of trading activities and successful business development in the service sector. If you have made a decision open an offshore company, you should pay attention to Lithuania.
The economy of this European state is considered one of the largest in comparison with the Baltic countries. In terms of gross domestic product, Lithuania leads the well-known Baltic troika.
This country is famous for its minimal bureaucratic hurdle and low financial reporting costs. Free access of business projects to the markets of the CIS and the European Union is due to the convenient territorial location of Lithuania. Of the distinctive features of the country, it is worth highlighting:
Lithuania is actively investing in the development of various modern technologies. On the territory of the state of Europe, a favorable atmosphere prevails for a successful small business development, considering and informational / technological startups.
Our team of specialized specialists works with each of our clients individually, organizing a clear, understandable and transparent workflow. Before open a company in Lithuania, it is important to determine the form of ownership of the organization.
One of the popular types of company in Lithuania considered UAB (closed joint stock company). CJSC is more often registered for the creation of structural divisions of the holding, trading activities.
Ltd. is a limited liability company with registered capital divided into shares. COMPANY, registered in Lithuania, has the right to engage in any type of activity that is not prohibited by the current legislation of the country.
It is worth noting that in Lithuania, some types of business areas are subject to licensing: the sale of tobacco products / alcohol, cargo transportation in the European Union, the tourism sector.
In any case, the E-COMMERCE BROKER Company is also engaged in this work area. When you contact us, experts will provide detailed, competent advice and effectively solve the tasks. We work responsibly, for the result and in strict accordance with the legislation of the chosen jurisdiction.
Over many years of working practice, we have accumulated professional knowledge and skills that allow us to cope with the completion of turnkey projects of varying complexity. Throughout the cooperation, our experts share with clients important information and valuable experience, which helps to successfully run the created business, and timely bypass common mistakes.
The company "E-COMMERCE BROKER" is a reliable partner in the field registration of offshore companies. The guarantee of high professionalism and quality of the services provided is due to many years of experience.
If you need objective, professional work of experts, please contact us, we will be happy to help!
|Name of service||Service cost|
|Company registration, notary fees, legal fees and government fees.||€950|
|Provision of legal address, agent and secretary, annual registration fees||€800|
|Nominee director||from € 790 per year|
|Nominee shareholder||from € 490 per year|
|Preparation and filing of financial statements (starting from the second year)||from € 70|
|Lead time||3-5 business days.|
One of the most common legal forms of companies is UAB, the authorized capital is 2900 Euro. Can be withdrawn after company registration.
The set of company documents includes:
A member of the board and a shareholder can be one single person, both natural and legal, without references to residency. For remote registration of a company, shareholders prepare and certify a special power of attorney for the registration procedure; the director is required to agree to hold the position of a member of the company's board, certified by an apostille.
The name of the company, the identification number of the company, the legal address, information about the members of the board, the size of the authorized capital, the financial statements of the company are public data. There is no data on shareholders in the register, but they can be obtained from a notary.
Estonian companies must prepare and submit an annual financial statement to the tax authority within six months after the end of the tax period. The tax period (financial year) usually coincides with the calendar year, but you can determine it yourself by notifying the tax authority.
The cost of our services for the preparation of financial statements for a "dormant" company is EUR 300. The cost of reporting an active company is calculated individually, depending on the number of transactions performed on the bank account.
An audit is required if the following two conditions are met simultaneously:
or one of the conditions below:
The main tax advantage in Lithuania is the absence of tax on retained earnings (0%). Thus, only dividends paid to shareholders and shareholders are taxed. Tax on paid dividends - 20%. If the profit is received from dividends of a subsidiary or a foreign representative office of the company, then the dividends paid to shareholders are exempt from taxes.
The standard VAT rate is 20%.
A legal entity is recognized as a tax resident in Lithuania if it is registered in Lithuania or if its activities are managed and controlled in Lithuania. The place of residence of directors does not affect tax residency. Obtaining a tax residency certificate is straightforward, but you need a notarized power of attorney from the director of the company for the right to represent it at the Tax and Customs Board.
Registration of a company in Lithuania or re-registration of an existing company takes about 5 days from the moment the client provides all the necessary information and documents.
Capital - Tallinn.
Population - The population of Estonia is approximately 1,3 million people.
Political structure - Parliamentary republic.
Legal system - Estonia is a country of the Romano-Germanic legal system with its own distinctive features. The main legislative act of the country is the Constitution, adopted in 1992. A legal entity in Estonia is registered in accordance with the Commercial Code of 1995.
Infrastructure and economy
The share of the service sector in Estonia's GDP is 69%, industry - 29%, agriculture - 3%
Tongue - Estonian.
Currency - Euro (EUR).