We are pleased to present our brand new edition of Living and working in Switzerland 2020-2021. This guide provides individuals coming into Switzerland and their employers an overview of taxes, regulatory and employment‑related matters, as well as practical information about housing, banking, and education.
Switzerland is an attractive country for international employees and companies in terms of its strong economy, its safety and its stable political environment. However, before relocating to Switzerland, it’s important to get informed about a certain number of topics.
Our Living and working in Switzerland guide provides information on some key areas which should be considered before moving.
|Country background:||Political system, population, economy, safety and quality of life|
|Immigration roadmap:||Dual system and an overview of work permit types|
|The regulatory landscape:||Taxation of income and wealth, social security and pensions and labour law|
|Living in Switzerland:||Languages, housing, education, driving, utilities and other general information|
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Blog contributor: Michelle Chan, Marketing Lead, Tax & Legal Switzerland
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