There are many scenarios when you need to preventively find out if your company is in good shape. Some examples are the change of ownership (you bought previously operating company) or change of accountant/director (you are not sure if he fulfilled all obligations correctly). Being proactive saves you thousands in non-compliance or late filing fees.
Are you also wondering what this “c/o” part in address means? E.g. Company AG, c/o Domizil AG, Paradeplatz 1, 8001 Zürich? Per Wikipedia, it stands for “Care Of” and signifies an intermediary who is responsible for transferring a piece of mail between the postal system and the final addressee.
Why would the company with its own label on the mailbox ever use this c/o? In Switzerland, the answer is in the law. Continue reading No more confusion with c/o!