KPMG's Swiss Tax Report 2014

KPMG's Swiss Tax Report 2014

KPMG's current Swiss Tax Report 2014 compares corporate and income tax rates in 130 countries and in all 26 Swiss cantons. The trend toward declining top tax rates for companies has abated significantly not only in OECD and EU countries but also in Swiss cantons. Top tax rates for individuals saw another slight increase compared to the previous year.

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