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Swiss voters reject proposed Tax Reform

On 12th of February 2017, Switzerland held a referendum  federal bill on Corporate Tax Reform III proposed by the government in 2016. The aim of the reform was to bring the Swiss corporate tax system in line with internationally accepted standards. However, the majority of Swiss voters (over 59%) opposed the proposal, thus letting the future [...]

Rich Belgians massively move to Switzerland

Belgium witnesses a new emigration tendency. Over the last few years, an increasing number of rich Belgian citizens decided to leave the country and relocate to more tax-friendly jurisdictions, such as Switzerland and Luxembourg. According to the Belgian Federal Public Service of the Interior, more than 22.000 Belgians reside in Switzerland. The reported number has increased [...]

IKEA’s Founder Paid Tax for the First Time in 42 Years

In 2015, after returning from a 40 years-long Swiss tax exile, IKEA’s founder and the 11th richest person in the world, Ingvar Kamprad, paid Swedish tax for the first time. In 2014, Kamprad declared income of €1.9 million in Sweden. As a result, he was subject to Swedish personal income tax amounting to €640.000. Taking into [...]

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