The Swiss voters approved in a referendum, on May 2019, a tax reform package to eliminate what the Ministry of Finance has called an existential risk for the country role as a financial and business center.
Basic details about the obligation of Swiss companies to maintain bookkeeping records and under which conditions, as established by the Swiss legislation in order.
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.
Learn more about accounting standards, reporting and the accounting system in Switzerland. Types of financial reports required by the Swiss Code of Obligations, applicable accounting standards and audit requirements for Swiss business structures.
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.
Tax rates and important details about the Swiss tax system for foreign companies and entrepreneurs interested in doing business or incorporating in Switzerland.