So for a short while I've been working remote as a freelancer for a company in Liechtenstein. No time has come to pay taxes, meaning I have to pay taxes to the Liechtenstein government. However after Googling I'm not 100% sure what is and what is not a government website. Some look just like 3rd party info websites.
Could anyone show me your country's government website so I can contact them on their tax pay process and get started on paying?
Thanks in advance and hope you all have a nice 2021!
San Marino have recorded their 4th ever competitive point following their 0-0 draw vs Liechtenstein and their first point in any competition since 2014.
They've played 151 competitive matches, won 0, drawn 4, and lost 147
San Marino actually dominated this match. Outshot Liechtenstein 16 to 6 and had a goal disallowed for offside (rightly tbf)
Could have gotten more the match but a fantastic point nonetheless!
Also, this match had TEN yellow cards!
|Manager: H. Kolvidsson||Manager: F. Varrella|
|1 B. Büchel||12 S. Benedettini|
|4 D. Kaufmann||3 M. Palazzi|
|18 N. Hasler|
I wonder, can someone from europe buy property in liechtenstein?
and what kind of prices are there, for example xk per ground and housing?
this can be normal ground for farming, a house(with ground), or for example a piece of ground in hard terrain such as a steep wal, the kind of places most do not want to live where a small hut to live in could be allowed. any insight and/or examples into any of those would be great.
I also noticed that most online property indexes show 0 results for the entire country.
Ive been living in Liechtenstein for my entire life and I've always wondered what you guys think about us.
Edit: I just want to summarize some interesting opinions / facts incase you don’t want to read through everything:
FL(abbreviation for Fürstentum Liechtenstein) is basically seen as the 27th canton of switzerland.
There is a lot of controversy about our political system. Id recommend to read some threads if you're into politics as i find some arguments quite interesting .But Im not going to try to summarize it as there are lots of different opinions and I don't really know much about it and I don't want to get anything wrong.
Apparently theres a nice song about FL
Switzerland invaded and attacked FL by accident lol
quite some people enjoy our carnival(Fasnacht) and National Holiday(Fürstenfest)
You pretty much love or hate our dialect
Places worth visiting are the town centre of Vaduz (the Städle) or Malbun and Steg, two villages set in the mountains of FL with lots of hiking trails. The rest are just larger and smaller towns/villages.
Im currently going through the comments again to see if I forgot something. Pls tell me if I missed something you find important.
Hello from Slovakia, I was looking through the Wikipedia page Politics of Liechtenstein and was thinking about a few things. So I thought that I could get information and answers from people who are from Liechtenstein.
Can you please give me a brief overhaul of the main parties and what have they done and accomplished?
What is the difference between FBP and VU?
Why did several MPs left du and entered DPL?
What do people think about the monarchy, government and it’s handling of coronavirus?
What is the public view on LGBT+ rights and women’s equality?
How hard is it to get the Liechtensteinese (I’m sorry if I butchered that) citizenship and/or work permit for someone from the EU and where can I get more info?
Thank you 💙❤️
(P.S. you have a beautiful parliament)
Here is the list if you are curious:
As you can see, a huge proportion of the microstates of the world are hovering around 100%, which is why I was very surprised to see that Liechtenstein was so rural (which I think is great by the way, so please don't think I'm criticizing :) )
Anyways I was a little suspicious of the list because it states at the top that this is determined by the definition of each country on the list (which I take to mean that countries could have very different definitions of "urban")
So I wanted to ask people who live in Liechtenstein if that was true
Thanks so much for any information
Let’s first talk about Liechtenstein
Situated in the middle of Europe, Liechtenstein has only 37,000 inhabitants. A country caught between a prince and a democracy, it is led by one of the most politically powerful monarchs in the world. Covering 61 square miles, Liechtenstein is one of the world’s most prosperous – the microstate has a per capita income of about $100,000.
The political system of Liechtenstein is dualistic, in that the power is constitutionally shared between the Prince and the people. Citizens are represented by an elected parliament, however the Prince plays a more powerful role than his European counterparts. He can dismiss the government, dissolve parliament, veto the outcomes of popular votes, and has a role in the appointment of judges.
Hans-Adam II, who is widely known for his confrontational style, has skillfully exploited these sentiments by referring to his opponents as ‘enemies’. Making use of populist rhetoric, the Prince calls elected politicians ‘the oligarchy’, and advocates the limitation of their powers so that he can rule together with the people. Playing on popular sentiments about politicians, the Prince asserts that members of parliament and government only think in the short-term, always seek to extend their powers, and are inclined toward corruption. The Prince has repeatedly threatened to leave the country if his powers become limited, and since the Principality carries his name, this could have dramatic consequences for Liechtenstein’s future as a sovereign state.
The Princely Family tends to keep to themselves, rarely undertaking events with other royals. Prince Hans-Adam joined other monarchs from around the world at a Windsor Castle lunch on May 18 celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, but his family declined an invitation to attend last year’s wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. "We must set our priorities," he told me in one of two meetings we held over the past few months, first in Vaduz, the capital, and... keep reading on reddit ➡
It would be perfect! Alongside a song about the Emu War. Have it as a "Comedy EP" of sorts.
|0-||T. De Barr 10'|
|Manager: H. Kolvidsson||Manager: J. Ribas|
|1 B. Büchel||1 K. Goldwin||YC 80'|
|18 N. Hasler|
|D. Brändle 17' (o.g.)||-0|
|1-||N. Frick 44'|
|Manager: J. Ribas||Manager: H. Kolvidsson|
|23 D. Coleing||1 T. Hobi|
|6 S. Wiseman|