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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.

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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Swiss Parliament approves tax reform

On 28 September 2018, the Swiss Parliament passed the “Federal Act on Tax Reform and AHV Financing (TRAF)”. Parliament amended the Tax Proposal 17 put forward by the Federal Council to include a social equalization measure concerning AHV financing.
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Projet fiscal 17 – Le Conseil des Etats décide de mesures supplémentaires pour la réforme de l’imposition des entreprises

Suite à la publication du Message du Conseil fédéral concernant le Projet fiscal 17 le 21 mars 2018, le Conseil des Etats, a débattu du projet de loi le 7 juin 2018. Suivant la proposition de sa Commission de l’économie et des redevances, il a étoffé le projet avec des mesures supplémentaires.

Tax Proposal 17 – Council of States launches further measures for the corporate tax reform

After the Swiss Federal Council has published its dispatch on the Tax Proposal 17 on 21 March 2018, the legislative proposal has been discussed in the first chamber of the Parliament (Council of States) on 7 June 2018. The Council of States has approved the application of its economic commission.
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