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Switzerland Publishes Tax System Guidance

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-news.com, Brussels

23 June 2017


For the first time, the Swiss Government has published an English-language version of its tax regime guidebook, The Swiss Tax System.

The publication explains the functioning of the Swiss tax system, and includes detail on the most recent changes made at the federal and cantonal levels.

The English-language version is designed for overseas taxpayers who are unfamiliar with the Swiss tax system. In addition to offering an overview of the taxes levied by the Confederation, cantons, and communes, it also provides detailed explanations of cantonal industry specialisms.

The document explains the main features of the Swiss tax system, which levels of government levy which taxes, the assessment and collection of taxes, and the individual taxes in operation.

TAGS: tax | value added tax (VAT) | revenue guidance | corporation tax | tax thresholds | tax rates | withholding tax | Switzerland | individual income tax

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