Your quasi-resident simulation in Geneva - for cross-border commuters
Quasi-residents are subject to income tax in Switzerland, but can benefit from certain tax deductions that are normally only available to residents.
A quasi-resident simulation is recommended since 2021, if you are not eligible for quasi-resident status, you cannot benefit from the following deductions:
- 3rd pillar A contributions
- Purchase of 2nd pillar
- Alimony payments
- Child care expenses
- Education expenses
- That's a nice tax saving!
What is a quasi-resident?
A quasi-resident is a person who does not live in Switzerland, but earns 90% or more of his or her income in Switzerland. This means that they do not have the same rights and obligations as a resident, particularly in tax matters. The benefit of quasi-resident status is a range of tax advantages not normally available to Swiss non-residents.
The quasi-resident status simulation process
The quasi-resident status simulation process is relatively straightforward. All you need to do is provide some information about your personal and professional situation, such as your income, expenses and place of residence. We can then provide you with an estimate of your tax liability as a quasi-resident.
Our rates for a quasi-resident tax simulation are as follows:
- for single non-owner taxpayers: CHF 60.
- for single taxpayers who own their own home: CHF 80.
- for non-owner married taxpayers: CHF 80.
- for married taxpayers who own their own property: CHF 90.
These rates are designed to be affordable while providing an accurate and comprehensive analysis of your tax situation. Our aim is to help you make an informed decision on whether to apply for quasi-resident status in Switzerland. Please note that the results of the simulation depend on the information specific to your situation that you provide to us.
If you have any further questions about our services or the tax simulation process, please do not hesitate to contact us. We'll be delighted to help.