Corporate Tax

Swiss people approve the Swiss corporate tax reform

Corporate taxation in Switzerland remains attractive: The Federal Act on Tax Reform and AHV Financing (TRAF) was comfortably accepted by the Swiss public. The "yes" vote sends a clear signal of cooperation to the EU and the international community.

First harbingers of an incipient dynamic in the Swiss corporate tax landscape

Which Swiss cantons offer the greatest tax advantages to corporations? How do Swiss tax rates compare across the globe? Get the answers and deeper insight from KPMG’s latest Swiss Tax Report 2019.
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Geneva – an important step towards the tax reform

On 31 January 2019, the Grand Council of Geneva adopted the cantonal project for the implementation of the Federal Act on Tax Reform and AVS Financing (TRAF). It introduces minor changes compared to the initial project and confirms the massive decrease of the corporate income tax rate to 13.99%.
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Basel-Stadt votes yes to tax reform and remains tax-attractive

On 10 February 2019, the Basel-Stadt electorate voted by a large majority of 78.8% to adopt the "Basel compromise on tax proposal 17". The canton is proactively implementing the harmonization provisions of the Federal Act on Tax Reform and AHV Financing (TRAF).
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Swiss public will vote on Tax Reform

On 19 May 2019, the Swiss public will vote on the Federal Act on Tax Reform and AHV Financing (TRAF). By 17 January 2019, various referendum committees have submitted more than the necessary 50,000 signatures against the law.
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Geneva plans to massively lower its corporate tax rate

On 17 October 2018, the Geneva State Council presented its final cantonal project for the implementation of the Federal Act on Tax Reform and AVS Financing (TRAF). It introduces minor changes compared to the previous project and leads to a massive decrease of the corporate income tax rate to 13.79%.
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