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The even only country name sounds like a synonym of reliability, security, comfort, a strength of the economy and the banking system. Switzerland includes twenty-six federations. This information about the state is important for those, who are going to register/open companies in Switzerland because taxation here has three levels:
The main fees part is paid at the second level. Constant tax cuts (due to legitimate competition between districts to attract capital) make the state an even more promising place to initiate and conduct business. Without EU membership, the Helvetic (old name of the territory) as a member of the passport and visa abolition Schengen Agreement discovers an access to the five hundred million European market for organizations registered here.
The Confederation’s legislation allows anybody non-Swiss to establish an enterprise (bureaucratic obstacles much less than in any other European society).
Steps towards registration/opening companies in Switzerland are clearly stated by the law:
After that, the process of obtaining an extract on entering into the Register takes one or two weeks.
The most widespread forms of ownership (AG, srl. etc.) for legal entities are:
You can manage any firm yourself or by using highly qualified specialists of consulting structures.
There are significant disparities in company registration/opening and doing business in the Confederation:
The main common points that need to be considered when planning a business in this area of reliability:
There are no foreign exchange control for registered firms and clearly defined the organization responsibility level. Agreements on avoidance of double taxation with many countries work here. All these make Swiss Confederation a promising place for productive commercial activity.