Save on taxes effectively. Use these tips to complete your tax return.
Each year, Swiss taxpayers need to complete their tax returns. This can certainly become complicated depending on their personal background and financial situation. If you use these tax return tips to properly declare your income and assets, you can save on time and taxes.
Moving house after retirement – things to consider
The kids have moved out; the family home has become too big. As retirement approaches, many couples start to focus on moving to a smaller, age-appropriate home. If you'll be retiring soon, you should obtain detailed information about the financial consequences of moving your domicile to another canton.
Valuation of unlisted companies for tax purposes. Eight questions and answers.
Over the past few years, tax administrations have valued unlisted companies based on largely constant factors. The Swiss Tax Conference (SSK) has drawn up new recommendations for the practice of calculating capitalized income value in order give better consideration to the changing market movements. We explain what you need to know.
Expenditure-based tax: What you need to know
Expenditure-based taxation can be a highly convenient way for non-Swiss citizens to pay their tax bill. Learn what you need to know about this favored method of taxation.
Taxes in Switzerland: What you should know about the Swiss tax system when moving here
Are you thinking about relocating to Switzerland? If so, it's a good idea to start familiarizing yourself with the Swiss tax system before you move. After all, your tax burden may vary based on your place of residence.
Holding real estate: Take advantage of optimization potential
What is the most expedient form, from a tax perspective, for holding real estate? Private real estate investors often ask themselves this question. Find out which factors must be taken into account and how Credit Suisse supports you in this.
Optimizing taxes. Reducing your tax burden with good planning.
Distinctions among the cantons including major differences in tax burdens: It can be challenging to stay on top of taxes in Switzerland. So it's even more worthwhile to use comprehensive tax planning aimed at optimizing taxes.
Employee participation as compensation: Here are the tax implications.
Employee participation is highly popular in Switzerland as a means of motivating, compensating, and retaining employees. Find out what alternatives exist aside from employee shares and how they are taxed.