VAT registration threshold has been postponed in Switzerland

28 September 2015

Switzerland has postponed plans to remove the minimum threshold for VAT registration for foreign companies providing digital services to consumers. This change was originally going to be implemented at the end of the year but has now been put back to 1 January 2017.  Currently, foreign companies providing these types of services into Switzerland do not have to register and charge VAT until they have met the annual registration threshold of CHF 100,000.

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