Business start ups
Like many things in Switzerland, starting a business isn’t a case of only finding clients: you first have to satisfy the regulations and convince the authorities that your business has been set up correctly.
First of all you have to decide which form of business you need to use. Self-employed, GmbH, or AG? Branch of an overseas company? What about staff – do they all have the appropriate work permits? What about compulsory pensions and other insurances? Do you have to register for VAT?
All of these questions are familiar ground to the professional advisors of Grether MacGeorge GmbH who can help you set your business up in the best way for your individual needs.
Bookkeeping and accounts support
Once your business is up and running, you will need to keep your accounts in order. Grether MacGeorge GmbH offers you a regulations-compliant bookkeeping service. This allows you to concentrate on what brings the money in while being certain that you are running your business in the most tax-efficient way.
In addition to this, the professional advisors in the accounts department at Grether MacGeorge GmbH can help you make sure you comply with all of the complex employment regulations by keeping your salaries and payroll in order. This includes getting all of the compulsory deductions right and advising on how much can be taken as tax free expenses and how much as salary.