RSM Switzerland


Accounting & Employment

We offer customer-focused solutions for accounting and payroll processes. Our specialists provide you with efficient, innovative and reliable solutions that are tailored to cover all your needs in Switzerland.

Our modular outsourcing and consulting solutions range from smart and standard to more complex and comprehensive. Our solutions are mainly driven by our customers’ current setup and needs. We provide pro-active guidance and support whenever necessary.

The approach is modular, which allows us to adapt our solutions according to the changing reality of your organisation. The overview below gives a snapshot of our offering:

  • Payroll and salary administration, salary payments and salary accounting;
  • Registration and deregistration of employees for the social insurances;
  • Preparing the year-end declarations for the social insurances, and communicating between social insurances, government and business;
  • Obtaining of work permits and support for expatriate employees;
  • Establishment of Human Resources function and policies as well as the provision of onsite assistance;
  • Bookkeeping, financial and management accounting, preparation of budgets and closing support and advice;
  • Implementation of ad-hoc reporting systems and provision of regular financial reporting as well as the preparation of annual reports and financial statements;
  • VAT compliance services
  • Provision of bookkeeping assistance for limited time-frames (on site / ad-interim);
  • Support in implementation of accounting systems and implementation of performance indicators; and
  • Secretarial tasks.

It is our utmost priority to offer solutions, which are supporting you to achieve your objectives. We have the technical capability to provide a 24/7 access to key data to you.

Increase in AHV contributions in Switzerland from 1 January 2020

6 January 2020
The AHV wage contribution in Switzerland will increase from 8.4 to 8.7%. This means that the AHV/IV/EO contribution rate increases from 10.25 to 10.55%. Employer and employee continue to share the 1st pillar contributions equally. This adjustment is due to the entry into force of the Federal Tax Reform and Social Security Financing Act (STAF) on 1 January 2020.

FABI - Restrictions related to deductible commuting expenses

29 September 2016
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