Limiting your exposure, while meeting your obligations.
Nobody likes paying taxes. But it’s a fact of life for us all, especially if you are an expat living in another country such as Switzerland.
Understanding the tax rules that apply to you in your new country is hugely important, more so if you have assets such as property, investments or even a pension fund elsewhere. Nobody wants to be paying more than they need to, or to be caught out by unexpected taxes on inheritance or capital gains.
Ideally, you should seek expert advice before you move elsewhere and to plan for what’s to come. However, it’s never too late to seek that advice now that you moved and take advantage of any tax benefits from your new residency status.
At Kenwell, we have expertise in tax planning and our experienced advisors, as expats themselves, can help you in ensuring your minimising your exposure and maximising your benefits