Incorporating in France: SARL, SA or SAS?
Any potential investor faces a fundamental decision before starting a business in France. The choice is about the form of the legal entity that will best suit their business requirements. Here is the list of basic types of entities in France, called locally statut: SARL (Société à Responsabilité Limitée) E Read more >>
Understanding Your Spanish Payslip
Since fiscal situations differ from country to country, very often expat or foreign employees in Spain face challenges in understanding their Spanish payslip, especially understanding how much tax they should pay on a monthly basis. Let’s shed some light on this issue. Being employed, one will typically receive an offi Read more >>
Swiss Payroll Guide
As Switzerland has four official languages, sometimes it becomes difficult to find the information you need about Swiss payroll, taxes, social security. Here is a guide containing the most important definitions from A to Z. AC - Assurance-chômage this is the unemployment insurance which provides benefits in cases when employees lose their Read more >>
Termination of employment in Switzerland
Termination of employment Swiss labor law is quite liberal and doesn't foresee any specific rules for employment termination. Both parties (employer and employee) may terminate a working relationship in compliance with certain terms without giving a specific cause or explanation. There can be a lot of reasons for termi Read more >>
How to obtain an Italian work permit?
Italy is a popular destination not just for tourism and holidays, but also for working. While EU and Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland citizens are not subjects to any restrictions to access the Italian job market, non-EU citizens have to apply for a working residence permit. TYPES OF PERMITS There are several type of work Read more >>