The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a company with its own legal personality, in which one or more persons form company. Each shareholder is liable up to a maximum of the registered capital.Incorporate now!
A minimum of CHF 20,000 is required (fully paid)
Info: The founder of a PLC can not profit from an early withdrawal of pension funds due to the fact that he is employed in his own company on the basis of an employment contract. In the sense of the OASI law, he is not considered a self-employed person.
There has to be at least one shareholder and at least one executive director which has to have his domicile in Switzerland. Those function can be executed by the same person.
The audit is compulsory for companies that employ 10 employees or more.
According to Art. 727 of the Swiss Code of Obligations, a limited liability company is subject to regular auditing if it exceeds two of the following thresholds for two successive financial years):
- Balance sheet total: CHF 20 million
- Revenue: CHF 40 million
- Full - time positions: 250.
Its obligatory only if the company has a turnover of CHF 100'000. However, voluntary submission is possible.
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