Tax

Swiss withholding tax: Correction of mal practice for interests for late notifications 

The smaller chamber of the Swiss parliament voted today in favor of many Swiss tax payers which have been threatened with substantial payments for late interest due to late notification of dividends. Swiss Federation to release CHF 600 million.
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The UK’s changes to the tax rules for non-doms

On 19 August 2016 the Government published more details about the proposed new rules which fundamentally change the way in which UK resident non-UK domiciled individuals (non-doms) will in future be taxed in the UK. All non-doms could be impacted by these latest Government announcements.
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Swiss Federal Supreme Court considers Dutch Group Request as permissible

While the Federal Tax Administration found the Dutch group request to be permissible in fall 2015, the Swiss Federal Administrative Court on the other hand deemed it not permissible. However, upon its deliberations held on 11 September 2016, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court decided that this group request was acceptable after all.
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Brexit: Is Switzerland an attractive alternative for resident non-doms?

Prior to the referendum, questions asking how Brexit might affect the freedom of travel and other aspects of daily life were in the spotlight. As the implications of the UK’s vote are being felt across Europe and beyond, our focus shifts beyond issues of travel towards what Brexit means for resident non-doms and their existing or future Swiss connections.
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What is Brexit’s impact on the legal and regulatory side of business?

Despite the unpredictable time frame, companies currently doing business in the UK need to assess Brexit’s impact on their business now in order to develop a strategy to deal with it. How do you assess Brexit’s future impact on the regulatory environment from today’s point of view?
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What impact does Brexit have on supply chains and customs?

Everyone is talking about what the UK’s trade relationships will look like after Brexit. Whatever those may be in the future, right now it’s clear that the goods produced in or coming from the UK will lose their status of EU preferential origin. Now is the time for companies to consider what this means for their business.
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