Swiss Tax Guide
With our tax guide we try to explain the most common topics and uncertainties in a simple way. Depending on the situation, an individual assessment of the situation is irreplaceable.
If you have lived and worked in Switzerland for some time and then want to move to another country, you will inevitably have to deal with the question of what happens to your accumulated Swiss social security credits.
In Switzerland, the marriage penalty refers to the tax disadvantages associated with entering into a marriage. In particular, high-earning spouses are often in a worse tax position than unmarried couples.
If you want to buy a house in Switzerland as an expat, it depends on your residence status whether you need a permit for the purchase or not. Find out which legal regulations apply and which conditions you have to fulfill for the purchase of real estate in this article.
Many pension funds advertise voluntary purchases and present attractive calculation models to interested parties. What is often not mentioned is that the voluntary purchase into the pension fund is not worthwhile for everyone and does not always help with tax savings.
If you want to work, study or generally stay in Switzerland for a longer period of time, you need a residence permit as a foreigner. Depending on your nationality and the purpose for which you want to stay in Switzerland, there are different types of residence permits.
Anyone who owns residential property can deduct the maintenance costs for it from their taxable income in their tax return. In this article, we will show you how you can best use the regulations to optimize your taxes.
A distinction is made between ANobAG who have their employer in a foreign EU/EFTA country and those whose employer has its place of business in a third country.
In this article, we explain what the imputed rental value is, how it is calculated, and what all you need to take into account when declaring it in your tax return.
In this article, we explain to you what you need to bear in mind as a private investor so that you don’t get a nasty surprise in the form of a hefty additional payment after submitting your tax return.
If you work in Switzerland as a foreigner, you will have different tax obligations depending on your situation.