Daily Life

Understanding Swiss taxes, the health insurance system or even how to find an apartment can be overwhelming for newcomers to Switzerland. Whether you plan to retire in Zug or get married in the Swiss Alps, find help navigating Swiss daily life here.

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Cost of living

The cost of living in Switzerland is among the highest in the world, with the cities of Zurich and Geneva recently named the most expensive worldwide.

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Integration

Integration remains a buzzword among the Swiss, with proposals frequently discussed on ways to help – even direct – foreigners to find their ...

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