Switzerland is synonymous with mountains, lakes, and beautiful towns.
During my Switzerland survey, I found that many people choose to live in Zug for its lower cost of living and lower tax costs compared to neighboring cities Lucerne and Zurich. Zug is just about thirty minutes by train, which makes it a practical choice.
The United Kingdom and Switzerland have completed a transitional agreement to maintain social security rights in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The deal also preserves working privileges, residency rights, and freedom of movement between the two countries.
Geneva, Switzerland Best known for its banking sector and the numerous international organizations headquartered there, Geneva is also regularly cited as one of the most expensive cities in the world.
Having analyzed these components of relocation for others over many years, he provides insight that is rarely heard in our industry.
AIRINC Tax Manager, Jeremy Piccoli, shares his insights on life as a "trailing spouse" expatriate in Basel, Switzerland.