Services to suit your needs
Tax return filing for C and B permit holders.
Packages for residents with employers or contractors abroad
Tailor-made solutions for international weekly commuters
A covered back in all tax issues. Objections, planning and more.
What our clients says
I am very satisfied with Taxolution and the service they provide is professional, timely and accurate. Ron always provided me detailed feedback to my questions and I have my full trust in them that they do my tax declaration in an accurate way. I am sure I will use their service for the 3rd time as well next year.
I have used Taxolution’s services for the past 4 years. Their level of service has always been impressive, with a willingness to support me when I have questions, and an attention to detail ensuring that all aspects of their work have been accurate and right first time.
I would recommend Taxolution very highly and thank them for their great work.
A colleague recommended Taxolution to us for filing tax returns and advice on tax planning. We have been very happy with the services provided, appreciate the responsiveness and the straightforward contact. Their advice has been sound and we will continue to work with them for the foreseeable future. We would recommend Taxolution to anyone in Switzerland but especially to other expats.
I had to do my tax return in Switzerland the first time and I am very happy with the service provided by Taxolution Advisory. The whole process goes quickly and smoothly and I could file my tax return on time considering that I didn’t have too much time. I will continue using their services again in the future and highly recommend to anyone needing tax-related advice.
Learn more about the Swiss tax system
We regularly receive inquiries from people who have recently moved to Switzerland and are wondering whether they can continue to work with one or more contractors abroad.
The principle of family taxation states that the worldwide income and wealth of a married couple sharing the same household as well as potential dependent children must be declared in a joint tax return.
Residence is defined as the place where a person stays with the intention of settling permanently and which therefore provides the center of his/her personal and business interests.
The term “expat” is regularly used for both, locally employed and dispatched employed persons of foreign nationality. However, it is important to understand that there is a difference.