Your company, at the time of entering the Estonian registry, gets a registration number. This number, together with the name of your company, serves to identify it, and must be included in the invoices that you send to your customers or your suppliers send you. It is composed only of numerical digits, such as 123456789.

If your company also gets an intra-community VAT number, and enters the VIES register (included free of charge in our company creation packs) it will also have a VAT number that will start with EE (such as EE123456789). This number is important to include also in invoices, especially European, both customers and suppliers.

Regardless of whether or not your company has VAT, from the moment it has a registration number, you can now invoice any customer and be invoiced by your suppliers.

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