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Here you will find concise information on changes and news in the areas of taxes, accounting, payroll administration and fiduciary services.
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Claim to short-time working

In this article we explain the accounting form for short-time working and give step-by-step instructions on how to fill it in.

Coronavirus: Bridge loans, rent reduction, employer contribution reserve

At the media conference on 25.03.2020, the Federal Council presented the emergency ordinance for bridge loans. We explain all about these in this article.

Coronavirus: Measures taken by the Swiss government

The Swiss government presented its measures last Friday and in this article we explain who is entitled to which measures and when and how to apply for them.

Coronavirus: Update for entrepreneurs

The coronavirus continues to have a firm grip on the Swiss economy. We would like to inform you about the latest developments.

Coronavirus: What entrepreneurs need to know now.

We show what entrepreneurs can expect as a result of the measures taken by the Swiss government: Short-time working, continued payment of wages, postponement of general meetings

What awaits entrepreneurs in 2020

We summarise for you which changes you can expect in the areas of tax, accounting and regulation.

Adoption of the tax bill

The adoption of the tax bill on 19 May 2019 will have far-reaching consequences. The most important point is the abolition of special-status companies, which will no longer be tolerated internationally. As a countermeasure, tax rates were lowered in individual cantons. In addition, the financing of the OASI was strengthened by increasing taxes on wages. Find out more in our article.

Data protection regulations

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on Friday 25 May 2018. It is not only European companies that are affected by this; Swiss companies are too.

Change in VAT rate as of 1 January 2018

Since the 2020 pension plan was rejected on Sunday, 24 September, new VAT rates will apply as of 1 January 2018.

FABI implementation

The implementation of FABI has tax consequences for all those involved and in particular for those who have a business vehicle available for commuting to work.