Tax Deadlines in Switzerland – an Overview

As a federation, Switzerland has some major cantonal difference when it comes to tax return filing deadlines. We shed light on the time and financial differences between the largest cantons.

Switzerland and Russia: Financial Relations, Sanctions, and the Suspension of the Double Taxation Agreement

Switzerland’s financial relationship with Russia is multifaceted, encompassing various aspects from financial sanctions to investment activities. Recently, a new dimension has been added to this complex relationship.

Wealth Exodus: Billionaires Leave Norway in Response to Rising Taxes

The government of Norway has introduced stricter rules for taxing and a lot of the country’s billionaires have moved. Why do they come to Switzerland?

What Happens to Swiss Social Security Credits When Moving Away?

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.

How Does the 3rd Pillar Work?

Pillar 3 in the Swiss pension system is used for private retirement provision. This ensures that you can maintain your standard of living in retirement. In this article we will answer the most important questions about private pension provision.

How to Get a Residence Permit in Switzerland?

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.

The 3-Pillar System in Switzerland

The Swiss 3-pillar pension system is one of the best in the world. In this article, we explain exactly how the 3-pillar system works in Switzerland.