WRS radio interview on expats in Switzerland relocating or moving to another country. - Fiduciaire Reddani SA
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WRS radio interview on expats in Switzerland relocating or moving to another country.

WRS radio interview on expats in Switzerland relocating or moving to another country.

INTERVIEW TO WRS RADIO GENEVA

Geneva tax authorities will be expecting about 30 to 40 million francs in extra revenue next year from the 260 Merck Serono employees (out of the 1250 redundancies) who will be transferred to a site abroad. This revenue will come from taxation of redundancy money, according to the Le Temps newspaper. WRS’s Alex Helmick asks Jamal Reddani, from the Fiduciaire Reddani accounting firm, which specializes in expat clientele, what the rules are when expats in Switzerland lose their jobs and leave the country: