Digital Transformation – The tax return can be soon completely online, send a hand-written signature on the tax return it doesn’t need more in the future. It is an electronic confirmation of the information is sufficient.24 Kommentare24Die further digitization point for the authorities and the Taxpayers a “Chance for a more efficient and easier handling of business processes”.Photo: Keystone
The Federal Council, the tax will digitize process completely. A hand-written signature on the tax return it no longer needs. It is an electronic confirmation of the information is sufficient. The corresponding message has been adopted by the state government on Wednesday.
Today, the legal obligation to sign the tax Declaration: in the case of the direct Federal tax. The Taxpayer must complete a form because of the applicable rules, nor is it a sign. Contrary to a fully electronic submission of the tax Declaration.
With the Change of the Federal Council to a Motion of the Grisons FDP of States, Martin Schmid, who has transferred to the Parliament. The tax authorities must ensure, in the future, in the case of electronic Transfers, the identity and the integrity of the data.
VAT-registration, 100 percent online
at the same time had been proposed by the Federal Council, in the case of withholding tax, stamp duty and VAT, as well as in the international assistance to the Affected commit not to associate with the Swiss Federal tax administration (FTA) electronically. He also adheres to the consultation, although the CVP, FDP and SVP, as well as six organizations have expressed their opposition.
The further digitisation is for the authorities and the Taxpayers a “Chance for a more efficient and easier handling of business transactions,” explained the Federal Council in its communication, the Adherence to the complete digitisation.
The VAT-declarations are made according to the FTA, virtually 100 percent online, and around 140‘000 or 37 percent of the companies submit their VAT statements via the Online Portal. In the case of the withholding tax in 2018 were submitted by contrast, only about 11 percent of the domestic refund requests online.
(SDA / step)
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