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Here you will find everything about tax statistics, tax burdens and tax receipts in Switzerland. The statistics provide information on value added tax, direct federal tax, withholding tax, stamp duty, the capital contribution principle and the wealth of individuals.
The tax burden list includes the tax burden of the cantons and communes, with an overview of tax rates, tax multipliers, deductions and an international comparison.
Use the tax calculator to calculate cantonal, communal, church and state taxes.
Questions & answers about Swiss tax statistics
The Federal Tax Administration raises over two thirds of all federal receipts. A general overview is provided in the publication «Tax statistics at a glance» (in German). Furthermore, there are detailed statistics on value added tax (in German) and direct federal tax (in German) as well as a detailed compilation of all federal fiscal revenues with a broad time perspective (in German).
Based on the data from direct federal tax (German), the FTA compiles statistics on the distribution of income and wealth in Switzerland.
Tax Freedom Day marks the first day of the year on which certain incomes no longer have to pay federal, cantonal and communal income tax. It reflects the average tax burden, in the Swiss cantonal capitals. Follow the link to access the Tax Freedom Day overview, broken down by year (in German).
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Last modification 24.10.2023