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Old 20.01.2009, 13:12
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I read some threads about swissquote but i could not find an answer on what exactly are the charges per year? should i expect to pay charges for account maintenance or fee for the shares i already have in my account?
What about the tax forms? Do i have to pay 90CHF per year in order to send me the tax statement?
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Re: swissquote

I'm with Swissquote. YOu have to pay 35CHF twice-yearly if you have registered shares kept in their safekeeping account (if you buy registered shares online they go directly into this account and you don't have to set it up).

I haven't looked at the tax stuff yet. I have a message on my account stating that "Tax statements can be sent on request from 26th Jan". You get asset statements automatically.

There is interest (not sure how much, but inevitably it's not much!) on your balance.

The fees for trading UK and Scandinavian shares are extortionate, but for Swiss shares are cheap and probably average for US and EUR, I'd say.

Hope this is correct and that it helps!
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that was usefull,
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Re: swissquote

For most countries (at least for CH), you can print out the forms from your Swissquote account to use with your taxes.

No need to pay for "special" forms.
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Re: swissquote

To get the tax reports do the following:
After logging in select Notifications --> Mailbox -->
set the dates and select the reports for the year then select
"Managed Account Valuation"

I hope this helps.

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