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Swiss Supreme Court Confirms Regular Data Update In International Tax Assistance Procedures
The Swiss Federal Tax Administration (SFTA) may provide on a regular basis information to their foreign counterparts on the status of international administrative assistance proceedings in tax matters
Switzerland
22 Nov 2017
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French Tax Authorities Do Not Benefit From HSBC Customer Data Stolen In Geneva
The highest court in Switzerland now confirmed this latter view in a decision published last week.
Switzerland
11 Apr 2017
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Holding Taxation May Have A Comeback In Switzerland
In February 2017, Switzerland voters rejected a comprehensive corporate tax reform which had lowered corporate income taxes in general.
Switzerland
21 Mar 2017
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Swiss Supreme Court Rules On Stolen Data In International Tax Assistance Procedures
The Swiss Supreme Court ruled in a decision of February 13, 2017 (published two days ago) that the SFTA must provide its counterparts in France with certain information on a UBS bank customer . . .
Switzerland
15 Mar 2017
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Swiss Supreme Court Clarifies Illicit "Fishing Expeditions" In International Tax Assistance Procedures
On July 23, 2015, the Dutch tax authorities filed with the Federal Tax Administration Agency in Switzerland a request for international tax assistance in order to identify prospective Dutch taxpayers through certain group criteria but w/o providing the specific names of those potential taxpayers.
Switzerland
23 Feb 2017
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Comprehensive Swiss Corporate Tax Reform Refused By Voters In Switzerland
This weekend, voters in Switzerland derailed a comprehensive corporate income tax reform in a popular referendum with close to 60 percent.
Switzerland
13 Feb 2017
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Zürich Lowers Wealth Taxation For Start-Up Entrepreneurs
The Canton of Zurich had for quite some time the practise to levy wealth taxes with start-up entrepreneurs based on the monies raised in one or more recent financing rounds.
Switzerland
18 Jan 2017
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No Income Tax Deductibility For Corporate Criminal Fines In Switzerland
The Swiss Federal Supreme Court ruled that criminal fines and other financial penalties are not income tax deductible, as they do not constitute a justified business expense.
Switzerland
28 Dec 2016
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