Switzerland is more than just one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. Investors from all around the world choose this location as their business “home” and this is happening due…
Tax and payroll in Switzerland: Your guide to running business.
Located in the heart of Europe, Switzerland is considered one of the most competitive and innovative countries in the world. Its liberal economy, political stability, and access to foreign markets make it an attractive location for investors. But don’t let your guard down, in Switzerland taxes are imposed both at federal level and canton level. All 26 cantons have a high degree independence, making Swiss payroll and taxation one of the most complex systems in Europe.
Outsourcing your payroll and HR administration to a local provider with proven experience like Adm In ME will help you avoid the most common pitfalls companies encounter when expanding their business into Switzerland.
Starting your own company in Switzerland can be a real challenge: you need to decide on the right canton and right legal structure, find a unique business name, liaison with a notary and open a bank account.
Adm in ME offers end-to-end assistance during the whole process of company formation in Switzerland. Our team of experts is ready to help you with:
- Company registration with the local company registry
- Preparing the documents and transmitting them to and from the Notary
- Arranging a new bank account
- Domiciliation and or communication with landlord to arrange a company official seat
Swiss payroll made simple:
1 AVS – first pillar of the social charges
2 LPP- second pillar compulsory pension
3 LAA – obligatory accident insurance
4 LAAC – complementary accident insurance
5 APG – disability insurance
6 TAS – tax at source, if applicable
Contact us to get a free evaluation of your HR and payroll requirements in Switzerland or to request the price for our services
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