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Lump-Sum Taxation

As a high-net-worth individual, you seek a tax-optimised domicile. In addition to taxation on expenditures (lump-sum taxation) in Switzerland, you should also review taxation on a remittance basis in the UK (resident non-domiciled).

After the decision regarding your domicile has been taken, we will negotiate the conditions of lump-sum taxation in Switzerland with the tax authorities. In doing so, we'll take account of your international tax situation, particularly:

  • Recognition of your Swiss domicile by foreign tax authorities
  • Dual taxation situation

You will receive the relevant tax comparisons during the planning phase. In addition, we will help you choose the canton or municipality that is right for you. Following your move, your tax situation will be optimised along with your family office, your asset management and your bank.

If you are resident in the UK, we will review the conditions and options for taxation on a remittance basis for you. When implementing these taxation options, we will advise not only you, but also your asset managers and banks. This will make it possible to successfully implement the necessary segregation or separation of investments that is required for this type of taxation.

Events

15 November 2018
17:00 18:00

International Estate Planning: Philippines - Germany

German Club, Manila
International Estate Planning for German citizens living in the Philippines and Philippine citizens living in Germany
29 November 2018
08:45 17:30

International Estate Planning Summit 2018 (IFZ Conference)

Brasserie Lipp, Zürich
This «International Estate Planning Summit» is aimed at discussing and analyzing important aspects of international estate planning and tax transparency for a number of selected countries. The Summit will focus mainly on aspects that should be considered in tax and wealth planning for high net worth individuals and corporations from a multijurisdictional perspective.

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5 November 2018
Referate des Weiterbildungsseminars des Vereins Successio und der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Testamentsvollstreckung und Vermögenssorge e.V. an der Universität Luzern vom 21. April 2017