Are you new to Switzerland? No idea how the tax system works? Our expertise is Swiss taxes so yours doesn’t have to be. Our main services include tax consulting and tax preparations, however if you just arrived we can consult with you on most financial/legal matters about living in Switzerland.
As an international couple, both of us have lived abroad for multiple years. We know how daunting it can be to move somewhere unknown.
Proficient English – you won’t have to ask yourself whether we understood your concern or ponder our answer over and over because it just doesn’t add up grammatically.
Fair Prices – we will probably save you much more than you pay
Face-to-face Meetings – in and around Zürich
Who needs to pay Swiss taxes?
If you make CHF 120,000 or more yearly then you need to submit a Tax Declaration, regardless of any taxes paid through your employer – We can take care of this submission for you.
If you have an income below 120’000 in some cases it may still be profitable to file a tax return.
What are the Swiss income taxes and wealth tax?
In Switzerland individuals are taxed at their place of residence. Individual taxes are levied on both income and private assets.
How much in Swiss tax do I have to pay?
If you are an Expat you may be “Taxed at the Source.” If you are and your annual income exceeds CHF 120’000 or you own a real estate in Switzerland you will be subject to the regular Swiss tax declaration. We are looking forward to assisting you in filing your annual Swiss tax return. Careful tax planning can sometimes result in substantial tax savings. We’re looking forward to assisting you in your tax planning and filing your Swiss tax return.
Also if you are running a small business in Switzerland you will be subject to a regular Swiss tax return. Companies are taxed at their place of business or where they carry out their business activities. Corporate taxes are levied on profit tax and capital.
We’re looking forward to assisting you!
Haesler Treuhand & Consulting
+41 43 548 13 76