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We are happy to answer questions related to our field of expertise, but we do not answer questions considering our customers or their business.

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e-mail: contact@leinonen.ee

Leinonen Estonia is part of Leinonen Group that provides international accounting, advisory, payroll, business administration and auditing services in ten European countries. Visit Leinonen Group website www.leinonen.eu for more details.     

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Leinonen Estonia - High Quality Accounting & Professional Advisory


We are serving an increasing number of international companies in Estonia


Proper accounting practices and good advice help your company be successful and safe from any unpleasant surprises. No matter whether you are an international company or a local one-man firm, we would like to work with you. Every client is important to us, regardless of size, turnover or sphere of activity of the client’s business. 

We join the cumulative knowledge of 25 well trained and experienced specialists to offer you solutions for all kinds of financial matters. We have liability insurance that safeguards our clients.

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Advisory Unit team of Leinonen introduced Estonian tax system in Kiev


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We are ISO 9001 Certified Partner

Leinonen Estonia  has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certificate
of quality by Bureau Veritas. This certificate assures high quality standards of accounting services and customer
service that we are meeting in our activities. Read more.


Why choose Leinonen

 

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Latest news

Covering the accommodation expenses of employees will not be a fringe benefit in the future Jun 21

The draft act for amendment of the Income Tax Act, Value Added Tax Act and Traffic Act, which is aimed at reducing the taxes payable by entrepreneurs in case they cannot find qualified workforce near their location and therefore want to transport workers from further away or cover their accommodation expenses in relation to everyday employment relationships, will be up for the second reading in the Riigikogu.