When you turn on Interest or Stocks, you’re investing in units in a fund. If you’re an Estonian tax resident, this means you may need to pay capital gains tax.
Capital gains tax can become due when you dispose of units in the fund and you realise a gain. In other words, when you spend, send, convert, or move money to another account.
Filing a tax return
Estonian tax residents will need to report their capital gains from either fund in their annual tax return (Form A).
You can find out more about how to submit your tax return to the Estonian Tax and Customs Board - read more about how to submit your tax return.