Living and working in Switzerland: 2017 edition - Tax Blog

Living and working in Switzerland_2017 edition

We are pleased to present our 2017 edition of the Living and working in Switzerland brochure, which has been prepared to provide you with an overview of some of the important issues that may affect foreign nationals moving to Switzerland.

This publication aims to give information of a practical nature, as well as factual information concerning taxes and other employment‑related matters in Switzerland.

It is not intended to provide in‑depth answers to specific questions and it should be treated as a general outline only. Due to the complexity of, and frequent changes to, Swiss and international tax law, specific advice should be sought regarding your own personal circumstances.

This booklet provides you with useful information and guidance about living and working in Switzerland. Deloitte's Global Employer Services team is delighted to assist you in navigating through the challenges of your relocation or to respond to any questions related.

Download the report here

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Renaat Van den Eeckhaut – Partner, Global Employer Services Leader Switzerland and EMEA

Renaat leads the Global Employer Services (GES) Practice for Deloitte Switzerland and EMEA. He specialises in international assignment and cross-border employment matters and advises on tax, social security and international mobility policies. Renaat has nearly 20 years of experience with Deloitte Belgium and Switzerland and has worked with many companies across a broad range of industries. Renaat holds a Master in Law and Accounting Law and has authored many publications on international taxation.

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  • This will be very helpful to those who wish to move to Switzerland. A big thank you to all involved in its preparation.

    Posted by: Patrick Karuu on 07/02/2017 at 09:02 AM

  • This will be amazing..Looking forward to it

    Posted by: Essay writer on 07/12/2017 at 03:12 AM

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