Many entrepreneurs plan to start a business in Switzerland, especially in Geneva. This enthusiasm for this country is due to its more favorable tax system depending on the type of activity. So the question arises: how much should we have available to embark on such a project? How much are the costs of starting a business in Geneva?
When setting up a business in Geneva, it is important to be prepared for the costs that setting up the latter could generate. However, it should be noted that the start-up costs will vary depending on the legal form of the business in question. Take individual reason as an example: this legal form is very popular because no legal provision in the Swiss code regulates it. If their annual income exceeds CHF 100,000, they will need to register with the RC. The formalities for its constitution generate very little cost.
The creation of an SA requires a minimum share capital of CHF 100,000. The incorporation costs vary between 2,000 and 7,000 CHF. Regarding the LLC, which is the most common legal form in Switzerland, the share capital will be at least CHF 20,000. The cost of its creation varies from 2,000 to 4,500 CHF. And for the creation of an SNC, it will take between 1,500 and 4,000 CHF, but without minimum share capital. The fees for notaries are CHF 3,400 for an LLC and CHF 4,500 for an SA. Sometimes there is a lack of price transparency when seeking professional advice, which is why we provide detailed offers.
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