We reliably prepare tax returns in the shortest possible time. With short response times and state-of-the-art information exchange, we make your work as pleasant as possible. Whether you have just moved to Switzerland, have lived here for a long time or have just left, whether you only have your earned income or whether you have a whole collection of real estate, shares and other assets, we will support you.
With dozens of 5 star reviews, we are the most and highest rated company on Google in our field. With an exponential growth in clients, we are constantly evolving our service to make your tax experience as pleasant as possible.
Simply calculate your tax return costs with our cost calculator and send a non-binding request. You will then receive a direct reply with the next steps or the possibility to arrange a call with your personal advisor if you have any questions about your situation or the process before you want to get started.
Summary of key points of the tax return
Personal contact from the start
Tax filing within 48 hours on average
Full clarity about tax situation
What the process looks like
Calculate the cost and send us a non-binding request. You can also arrange a video call before we start.
Upload your documents to our cloud after a short onboarding.
We continue to communicate with you via email and complete your tax return within a few days.
You will receive a summary email with the tax return for your filing and all useful information.
The tax office will conduct an assessment of the tax return. This takes several months in certain cantons.
This service is for you if…
Source Taxed (income above CHF 120’000)
If you live and work in Switzerland with a B permit with a gross salary of over CHF 120’000, you are obliged to submit a tax return. This also applies to new residents with a B permit if their gross salary, calculated over a full year, exceeds CHF 120’000.
Source Taxed (income below CHF 120’000)
With a B permit and an income of less than CHF 120,000, you are not required to file a tax return. If you want to claim deductions such as contributions to pillar 3a, we will check for you whether it is worth filling out the voluntary tax return and take care of it if this is the case.
Secondary income sources
You could be obligated to submit a tax return because of secondary income, even if your annual (source-taxed) job income is below CHF 120’000. Cantonal provisions state what the relevant thresholds are. E.g. in canton Zurich, it is CHF 2’500 per year (worldwide).
Similar to the secondary income, if your worldwide taxable wealth exceed a certain threshold, you must file a tax return, even if you have a lower gross income than CHF 120’000 with the B permit. E.g. in canton Zurich, the threshold is CHF 200’000.
More reasons to work with us
Not convinced yet?
Due to our specialization we offer a flexible and pleasant process. We respond quickly, transparently and bring the essentials to the point. Data exchange is digital and secure. The transfer to our cloud is encrypted and the finished tax dossier is made available to our clients via end-to-end encryption.
Often expats are not willing to pay a price of several thousand CHF to one of the big auditors for a tax return after the employer has stopped to come up for the costs. With us, you get a specialized service for a reasonable price as we close the gap between the big 4 and the normal Swiss trustees who do not specialize in expats tax matters.
For local hired expats
As part of the relocation, expats are well covered by the employer with regard to taxes. But already after two or three years, or as soon as a local employment contract comes into effect, they are on their own and are looking for an appropriate solution.
Our service is continuously optimized to make the experience even more pleasant for the client. However, this is not at the expense of data security. We only use the latest software and cloud solutions of the highest quality and our processes and communication guarantee a high level of diligence.
Established and trusted
For some time we have had the privilege of supporting more and more new satisfied clients from all over Switzerland, which has allowed us to become very familiar with any specialities of the employers or the applied practices of the relevant tax offices.
We are familiar with the factors that expats have to deal with. Real estate abroad must be declared accordingly, as must bonuses from previous employment abroad or foreign securities with withholding tax. Exactly such specialities are considered by us, unnecessary double taxation can be avoided.