Switzerland is located at the crossroads of several European trade routes, thus relying heavily on external exchange. Today it is one of the largest commodity trading centers in the world.
Switzerland’s Government recently announced its position concerning a long-term solution to the taxation of the digitalized economy
Some of the most important administrative tasks that are required to successfully run a business in Switzerland, especially regarding the taxation of Swiss companies and corporate tax rates.
Swiss holding companies provide certain tax benefits, especially depending on the canton where they are established. The canton of Zug is one of the preferred business locations for company registration, including for holding companies.
Swiss mixed companies can benefit from certain tax privileges if they qualify under certain conditions. Especially on cantonal level, the tax rate can significantly drop. Find out how can a Swiss company qualify as a mixed company and what are the most important tax advantages for this type of company in Switzerland.
The withholding tax in Switzerland is usually 35%, but under certain circumstances it can be considerably reduced and several tax exemptions are also granted. Find out more about the Swiss withholding tax for companies and foreign citizens, tax deductions and possible tax exemptions if certain criteria are met.