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My mother had access to my safe deposit box because I had given her authority when I opened the safe deposit box.
I actually kept chf 25,000 in it for total emergencies for the building that she was not aware of.
When she saw the 25,000 chf she said that I was always saying that I had no money.

I usually thrive on stress but must admit this one has been quite bad.
It is alright for you expats in Switzerland on a mean average of chf 87,000 per annum talking about paying a chf 10,000 for tax advise.
In Bangkok the average salary is 25,500 baht per month => chf 9560 per annum.
I am living like a king and stress free on 50,000 baht => chf 1,560 per month
And oddly enough my mother told me that preparing the annual accounts, corporation tax returns and my salary / AVS for the Swiss Company SA that I was doing annually was a chf 200 to chf 300 job per annum.
That is your mother who has Alzheimers?? Sorry but something does not add up in your story. Get a lawyer, you need one as you will not be able to wriggle easily out of this situation.
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My mother had access to my safe deposit box because I had given her authority when I opened the safe deposit box.
I actually kept chf 25,000 in it for total emergencies for the building that she was not aware of.
When she saw the 25,000 chf she said that I was always saying that I had no money.

I usually thrive on stress but must admit this one has been quite bad.
It is alright for you expats in Switzerland on a mean average of chf 87,000 per annum talking about paying a chf 10,000 for tax advise.
In Bangkok the average salary is 25,500 baht per month => chf 9560 per annum.
I am living like a king and stress free on 50,000 baht => chf 1,560 per month
And oddly enough my mother told me that preparing the annual accounts, corporation tax returns and my salary / AVS for the Swiss Company SA that I was doing annually was a chf 200 to chf 300 job per annum.
10'000chf for some tax advice... where was that astronomical figure plucked from?

I think you are starting to lose the plot.
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10'000chf for some tax advice... where was that astronomical figure plucked from?

I think you are starting to lose the plot.
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That was for legal AND tax advice and probably assumes that the legal advice will be the more complicated and protracted aspect. I have no idea where AbFab got the figure form or how he calculated it.

Tax advice only, if he prepares his questions and has the relevant info to hand, should not take more than a couple of hours of an advisors time.
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10'000chf for some tax advice... where was that astronomical figure plucked from?

I think you are starting to lose the plot.
That's roughly four workdays from a qualified Swiss accountant/lawyer - and not an expensive one at that. So not really that astronomical, considering the mess that needs cleaning up. I also don't think a single person can really cover all aspects properly, there are cross-border issues, various tax issues, possible criminal activity...

However, due to the fairly high number of Swiss people who have emigrated to Thailand, it is entirely possible that there are local lawyers/tax advisors familiar with Swiss law and taxation available who will charge local rates.
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That is your mother who has Alzheimers?? Sorry but something does not add up in your story. Get a lawyer, you need one as you will not be able to wriggle easily out of this situation.
Of course it does not add up, unless your American you have no need to keep 25k in a deposit box....

The OP is not going to get a lawyer, his lack of knowledge and confidence in his abilities has convinced him that he can put one over on the professionals. Eventually he will pay a high price for this. I've seen it all before.
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That was for legal AND tax advice and probably assumes that the legal advice will be the more complicated and protracted aspect. I have no idea where AbFab got the figure form or how he calculated it.

Tax advice only, if he prepares his questions and has the relevant info to hand, should not take more than a couple of hours of an advisors time.
I think 10k is peanuts in the situation, just getting an 'opinion' from a QC in the UK would be more than that.
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Re: Sale Proceeds of Sale of a Building drawn out of company

Someone needs to explain to me how the OP, while a Swiss resident but living in the UK, has received @CHF600k into his private account, then moved it to a 3rd party private account in Thailand, and hasn’t paid income tax in any of the 3 countries.
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And oddly enough my mother told me that preparing the annual accounts, corporation tax returns and my salary / AVS for the Swiss Company SA that I was doing annually was a chf 200 to chf 300 job per annum.
That is not odd at all: look in which kind of situation you are finding yourself!

Since a lot of things can be done remotely, you can try to apply for some initial free legal counselling from the Zürich bar association:
https://www.zav.ch/en/fuer-rechtssuc...tsstellen.html

good luck!
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The demand for payment is basically my mother (1st director) that likes doing whatever she wants decided to transfer the sale proceeds of the company building into personal bank accounts of the shareholders....
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Unfortunately my mother, despite the cause of the situation has alzeimers and is like a vegetable with 24/7 care living with her.
That's just one example of things that seem inconsistent in what you write.

@Cashboy,
I agree with several others here who have posted that your story does not seem to add up, for a number of different reasons. Apart from the possibility that you're just trolling, here, drip-feeding to see how much of a reaction you can get, just for your own amusement, (I hope not) your inconsistencies could indicate, for example, any of these (or mean something completely different - only you know that):
  • are not in possession of all the facts and are basing your questions on insufficient information (about the chronology, the authority of each person involved, the transactions themselves and their consequences in each country)
  • are not telling the truth, from whatever motivation
  • are stuck in a fantasy because of how you think things ought to have worked out (but didn't)
  • are under pressure (from yourself or someone else) to do something other than tell the truth
  • have lost the plot (or can't structure the story because it has become a confusing, seething pit of vipers biting each other's tails).

I also agree with others that you need to buy in the services of professionals in this matter. To get this convoluted tale into order, and get the papers and the true payments made and everything properly sorted out, you're going to need to get help from, for example:
  • a secretary/bookkeeper (to help you put the story together fully chronologically, and to obtain all the relevant documentation of each step, in all of the countries since this story began. Starting with this, to get everything properly documented, with full declaration, in each country, so that you bring a complete and orderly file to the professionals, will save you a lot of their fees.)
  • an accountant to check the numbers and identify gaps and inconsistencies
  • a specialised lawyer to work out the consequences, in each country, and how to actually fix the matter
  • a tax consultant to advise you of the best way to manage matters to ensure that you fulfil all your obligations, in a legal way that is to your best advantage, while doing nothing illegal.
  • possibly some consultation between these three professionals.

An alternative would be to work your way through the rules of each tax system and figure out what it would cost you to fully declare everything, yourself, without professional advice, and to pay up all the taxes that ought to have been paid, and to add all the demands (in addition to tax) that are being made on you, and work out whether paying full tax and fulfilling those demands might be cheaper and/or less arduous than getting three professionals to consult on your case.

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That's roughly four workdays from a qualified Swiss accountant/lawyer - and not an expensive one at that. So not really that astronomical, considering the mess that needs cleaning up. I also don't think a single person can really cover all aspects properly, there are cross-border issues, various tax issues, possible criminal activity...

However, due to the fairly high number of Swiss people who have emigrated to Thailand, it is entirely possible that there are local lawyers/tax advisors familiar with Swiss law and taxation available who will charge local rates.
I don't see why a few days work would be required if Cashboy had the required information andf questions to hand. A tax advisor with expertise in these areas can get the bottom of situations and give advice fairly quickly.

I don't think his problem is a complex one, he just doesn't know the basics of if/what he owes.
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I don't see why a few days work would be required if Cashboy had the required information andf questions to hand. A tax advisor with expertise in these areas can get the bottom of situations and give advice fairly quickly.

I don't think his problem is a complex one, he just doesn't know the basics of if/what he owes.
35% is what he owes, the expense of the advisors is trying to workout if it's legally possible backdate a loan, probably requiring 4 years of the companies filed accounts to be changed, same for the other shareholders.
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Re: Sale Proceeds of Sale of a Building drawn out of company

I agree I think the way forward is quite simple:

Call the accountant ASAP, stop second guessing, ask is he/she treating the payment as a dividend? Yes /no

If “yes” ask accountant why he / she didn’t treat it as a liquidation of equity or loan to be more tax efficient, and if they see an opportunity to change it retrospectively

Consider getting legal opinion based on above

If no expert says there is a way to change the treatment, suck it up and get it paid ASAP before assets in CH are seized or cashboy is made bankrupt

Should be able to get clarity on the above in a few days unless there is something we don’t know
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35% is what he owes, the expense of the advisors is trying to workout if it's legally possible backdate a loan, probably requiring 4 years of the companies filed accounts to be changed, same for the other shareholders.
Add to that the inevitably tedious correspondence with official bodies when they have to make sure their findings stick / the treatment they hope to achieve is applied.
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If “yes” ask accountant why he / she didn’t treat it as a liquidation of equity or loan to be more tax efficient, and if they see an opportunity to change it retrospectively

Consider getting legal opinion based on above
It was the company accountant that took him to court and got the ruling against him.
I think that ship has sailed.
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35% is what he owes, ...
Probably not true, it's what the company may owe as it would have been the company's job to hold it back, if anybody's. Unless it was a tax-free distribution of capital, in which case there may be no tax issue beyond OP's personal wealth tax for a couple years, and that should be manageable. However if the payout is taxable as income, OP (probably) should get taxed on 50% of his share only as he owns more than 10% of the company, so even though the amount would be in the high 5-digit range it would still be significantly less than 35%. In this case a "straflose Selbstanzeige" may be the preferable path forward (if not used yet).

The problem is, OP is in a situation that's way over his level of competence but doesn't realise this. Yes, paying for professional advice would probably be money well spent (I don't think it'll cost 10k though just to get the situation assessed and the options worked out) but there seems to be a high risk he's being penny-wise but pound-foolish.
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35% is what he owes, the expense of the advisors is trying to workout if it's legally possible backdate a loan, probably requiring 4 years of the companies filed accounts to be changed, same for the other shareholders.
I have found out that the monies transferred by mother from the company bank account have been treated as loans.
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and yet

That's just one example of things that seem inconsistent in what you write.

@Cashboy,
I agree with several others here who have posted that your story does not seem to add up, for a number of different reasons. Apart from the possibility that you're just trolling, here, drip-feeding to see how much of a reaction you can get, just for your own amusement, (I hope not) your inconsistencies could indicate, for example, any of these (or mean something completely different - only you know that):
  • are not in possession of all the facts and are basing your questions on insufficient information (about the chronology, the authority of each person involved, the transactions themselves and their consequences in each country)
  • are not telling the truth, from whatever motivation
  • are stuck in a fantasy because of how you think things ought to have worked out (but didn't)
  • are under pressure (from yourself or someone else) to do something other than tell the truth
  • have lost the plot (or can't structure the story because it has become a confusing, seething pit of vipers biting each other's tails).

I also agree with others that you need to buy in the services of professionals in this matter. To get this convoluted tale into order, and get the papers and the true payments made and everything properly sorted out, you're going to need to get help from, for example:
  • a secretary/bookkeeper (to help you put the story together fully chronologically, and to obtain all the relevant documentation of each step, in all of the countries since this story began. Starting with this, to get everything properly documented, with full declaration, in each country, so that you bring a complete and orderly file to the professionals, will save you a lot of their fees.)
  • an accountant to check the numbers and identify gaps and inconsistencies
  • a specialised lawyer to work out the consequences, in each country, and how to actually fix the matter
  • a tax consultant to advise you of the best way to manage matters to ensure that you fulfil all your obligations, in a legal way that is to your best advantage, while doing nothing illegal.
  • possibly some consultation between these three professionals.

An alternative would be to work your way through the rules of each tax system and figure out what it would cost you to fully declare everything, yourself, without professional advice, and to pay up all the taxes that ought to have been paid, and to add all the demands (in addition to tax) that are being made on you, and work out whether paying full tax and fulfilling those demands might be cheaper and/or less arduous than getting three professionals to consult on your case.

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Give me an example of inconsistancies?

The problem actually is that after the sale of the building and the sale proceeds in the company bank account; my mother split the balance on the bank account in the ratio 50:25:25 to me:her:her husband and closed the company bank account.
Soon after that there was more tax to be paid on the profit on the sale of the building.
Obviously if the monies were paid as a dividend there should have been witholding tax of 35% on those monies.
I have no objection to paying the 35% tax credit back to the company as I still have the monies in Swiss Francs and Gold Baht bars in Thailand.
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I have found out that the monies transferred by mother from the company bank account have been treated as loans.
Is that good or bad?
I guess as it's a loan, you either repay it, as the company still exists, or you pay that tax into the company.

The loan thing reminds of the UK 'scandal' where greedy contractors were taking massive loans from the payroll/umbrella or even their own company, to avoid standard tax and NI deductions, but with the intention of never paying the loan back. In my book that's the actual scandal.

After a while, years in fact, HMRC got around to addressing this and said "OK, pay the loan back if it was a loan, or pay the tax and NI due if it was taken as income'. And backdated the legislation 20 years to catch them all, which is the scandal in the contractors eyes.
Maybe I should be saying self employed rather than contractor.

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Voluntary Liquidation or Distribution Payment

As an example:

a company has capital as follows:

Share Capital chf 100,000
Share Premium chf 20,000
Reserves chf 1,000,000

Cash In Bank chf 1,120,000

Distribution/Dividend Payment:
Am I correct in assuming that if a distribution of 1,000,000 is paid that 350,000 is sent to the tax authorities by the company and the shareholders receive 650,000 dividend. The Share Capital and Share Premium of 120,000 can be returned to the shareholders with no tax?

Voluntary Liquidation:
On payment to shareholders;
Is the Share Capital of 100,000 not subject to any tax?
Is the Share Premium of 20,000 not subject to any tax?
Is the Reserves of 1,000,000 subject to tax withholding tax of 35% or is it paid out gross?
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