Switzerland – think about abolition of the global threshold for VAT registration of foreign companies

Currently, foreign sellers carrying out taxable transactions in Switzerland must register for VAT in Switzerland when their worldwide turnover exceeds CHF 100,000.

Switzerland plans to abolish this threshold as of January 2024. Companies will therefore have to register for VAT in Switzerland when they carry out taxable businesses there from the first euro.

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