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  • Здесь, в этом городе, проходил первый конкурс песни Евровидения 😃
  • Здесь, в этом городе, проходил первый конкурс песни Евровидения 😃
  • 1,319 14 10 June, 2019

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  • If you visit Zermatt a must see is the old part of the town with all the historic houses.
  • If you visit Zermatt a must see is the old part of the town with all the historic houses.
  • 29 2 1 hour ago

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  • Day 3 in Switzerland was mainly about reminiscing. It was amazing to come back to the places we have previously been to and stayed at. .
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Picture 1: a lay by near Gebidum see, Visp, our favourite camping spot from our first trip to Switzerland.
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Picture 2: Oeschinensee and a redo of Picture 3..
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Picture 3: Oeschinensee in August 2018. Sadly, the flag wasn't there anymore and so we had to improvise but the hike was just as good, if not better 😍
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Video 4: a quick video representation of how sketchy the path actually was. The drop on the right hand side wasn't all fun and jokes but it made the hike a lot more interesting 😍
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Picture 5: a quick pano from our morning 'let's wing it and see what's up with this closed road' walk. Breathtaking views as always and we were consumed by the peace surrounding us. Unfortunately, the pictures are not quite the same 😞
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We're both tired, a little sunburnt (Olly more than me 😁) and hungry but we have our cider and we're chilling in the mountains so  can't really complain! .
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#oeschinensee #switzerlandtravel #swissalps #switzerland #travelandexplore #travelling #roadtrip #roadtripping #gebidum  #mountains #mountainsarethebestmedicine #hiking #hiketheworld #hikeswitzerland #itstoowarm #europetraveling
  • Day 3 in Switzerland was mainly about reminiscing. It was amazing to come back to the places we have previously been to and stayed at. .
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    Picture 1: a lay by near Gebidum see, Visp, our favourite camping spot from our first trip to Switzerland.
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    Picture 2: Oeschinensee and a redo of Picture 3..
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    Picture 3: Oeschinensee in August 2018. Sadly, the flag wasn't there anymore and so we had to improvise but the hike was just as good, if not better 😍
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    Video 4: a quick video representation of how sketchy the path actually was. The drop on the right hand side wasn't all fun and jokes but it made the hike a lot more interesting 😍
    .
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    Picture 5: a quick pano from our morning 'let's wing it and see what's up with this closed road' walk. Breathtaking views as always and we were consumed by the peace surrounding us. Unfortunately, the pictures are not quite the same 😞
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    We're both tired, a little sunburnt (Olly more than me 😁) and hungry but we have our cider and we're chilling in the mountains so can't really complain! .
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    #oeschinensee #switzerlandtravel #swissalps #switzerland #travelandexplore #travelling #roadtrip #roadtripping #gebidum #mountains #mountainsarethebestmedicine #hiking #hiketheworld #hikeswitzerland #itstoowarm #europetraveling
  • 23 2 19 hours ago

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  • Swiss Property Taxes Series

You have been given the keys to your property in Switzerland. You are keen to move in and start to make it your dream home. But you don't understand how Swiss taxes work.

While tax laws in Switzerland may not be the first thing on your mind, we'll try to cover it for you in a series of content throughout these two weeks here.

Switzerland is a popular tourist destination. Many visitors decide they would like to acquire their own piece of the Swiss mountain lifestyle dream!

We are often asked by prospective buyers about the taxation implications of owning a second home in Switzerland.

We are launching a these informative mini-series #swissproperty101 here where we'll lay out the various Swiss taxes applicable to non-resident buyers and give some examples of the tax rates in the main cantons in which property is available for sale to non-residents – Valais, Vaud and Bern.

Here's what you should know for starters. Firstly, Switzerland is made up of local communes, the cantons in which they are situated and finally the Federation of the cantons. Each entity raises taxes and as a property owner you will have to submit a tax return each year from which your total tax bill will be calculated. This will be presented to you with a breakdown of what is payable to the commune, the canton and the Federal government.

Secondly, a term that we will refer to often – the tax value of your property (also known as fiscal or cadastral value). This is based on assessment criteria determined by the cantons and is significantly lower than the purchase price of the property (typically between 30-60% of the purchase value). It forms the basis of the Swiss property tax and Swiss wealth tax that we refer to later.

Make sure to follow us @alpinepropertysearch search not to miss the upcoming informative series on Swiss taxes.
  • Swiss Property Taxes Series

    You have been given the keys to your property in Switzerland. You are keen to move in and start to make it your dream home. But you don't understand how Swiss taxes work.

    While tax laws in Switzerland may not be the first thing on your mind, we'll try to cover it for you in a series of content throughout these two weeks here.

    Switzerland is a popular tourist destination. Many visitors decide they would like to acquire their own piece of the Swiss mountain lifestyle dream!

    We are often asked by prospective buyers about the taxation implications of owning a second home in Switzerland.

    We are launching a these informative mini-series #swissproperty101 here where we'll lay out the various Swiss taxes applicable to non-resident buyers and give some examples of the tax rates in the main cantons in which property is available for sale to non-residents – Valais, Vaud and Bern.

    Here's what you should know for starters. Firstly, Switzerland is made up of local communes, the cantons in which they are situated and finally the Federation of the cantons. Each entity raises taxes and as a property owner you will have to submit a tax return each year from which your total tax bill will be calculated. This will be presented to you with a breakdown of what is payable to the commune, the canton and the Federal government.

    Secondly, a term that we will refer to often – the tax value of your property (also known as fiscal or cadastral value). This is based on assessment criteria determined by the cantons and is significantly lower than the purchase price of the property (typically between 30-60% of the purchase value). It forms the basis of the Swiss property tax and Swiss wealth tax that we refer to later.

    Make sure to follow us @alpinepropertysearch search not to miss the upcoming informative series on Swiss taxes.
  • 99 5 18 June, 2019

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  • Have Swiss’s chocolate truffles in the rose garden. Checked👌 #ppxlifeisvacay
  • Have Swiss’s chocolate truffles in the rose garden. Checked👌 #ppxlifeisvacay
  • 22 1 17 June, 2019
  • Tea and coffee specialization.🔅
  • Tea and coffee specialization.🔅
  • 26 1 17 June, 2019
  • Kapellbrücke is gorgeous in every weather and season 😍
  • Kapellbrücke is gorgeous in every weather and season 😍
  • 85 3 17 June, 2019