You face a wide range of challenges in your day-to-day business. Whether it is the management of your assets, you need a competent partner for strategic decisions or you want to outsource the CFO function of your company - we are at your side as an external and independent expert in all matters. In addition, we also support employees without an employer liable to pay contributions (ANobAG) with all formalities. Thanks to our many years of experience, we can find optimal solutions for all your needs and provide you with prompt, competent and trustworthy support.
Support for employees without an employer liable to pay contributions (ANobAG)
Do you live in Switzerland but work for an employer who has neither a place of business nor a permanent establishment here? If so, as an ANobAG you are obliged to pay social security contributions for your employer as well as for you as an employee. We will be happy to assist you with the correct calculations, with all formalities and, among other things, take care of the registration, contact with the authorities and the declaration for you.
Sparring partner for executives (board of directors, management, etc)
We are happy to be at your side as a discussion partner at eye level. Thanks to our many years of experience in business management as well as our expertise in the areas of insurance and finance, we will accompany you competently and support you and your company in order to grow sustainably and success-oriented.
Change of entries in the commercial register
Would you like to have a new managing director entered in the commercial register? Or has the registered office of your company changed? Any change concerning, for example, the functions of company members, the registered office or the articles of association must be recorded in the commercial register. We will gladly take over the preparation of all necessary documents for you and provide you with support.
Advice for startups
Have you recently founded a company and now need advice or support in the areas of finance, insurance, payroll, taxes or business management? We will be happy to assist you and analyze your individual situation to find the appropriate solutions for all problems.
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Both fathers and mothers are entitled to paid leave after the birth of their child, also known as parental leave, in Switzerland. While mothers are entitled to 14 weeks of leave, fathers have been entitled to a total of 2 weeks of paternity leave since the 2020 national referendum. In this article, we will explain everything you need to know about maternity and paternity leave in Switzerland.
In times of globalization and digitalization, the labor market and their working models have also changed significantly. There are more and more foreign companies without a branch or place of business in Switzerland that hire employees here, so-called ANobAGs (employees without a contributory employer).
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Family allowances support you in raising your children. The federal government prescribes minimum rates for child and education allowances. The cantons can set higher allowances and also pay birth and adoption allowances. In this article, we explain the most important facts in brief.
Owners and board members in particular should familiarize themselves with this topic, as non-compliance with the legal provisions can result in a lawsuit and liability with private assets in the worst case. Find out everything you need to know here.
Do you or your employees also use your company vehicle for private purposes? If you want to know how this is declared in the salary statement and what changes apply since 2022, find out more in our guide.
Are you a Swiss resident working for a foreign employer who has no domicile in Switzerland? This is called ANobAG in Switzerland, which stands for "employee without a contributory employer". Learn everything you need to know about this in this article.