FAQ

The FAQ includes only general information, for specific clarification we recommend to get in touch with your tax advisor.

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I have a B-Permit and I earn more than CHF 120’000. What must I do?

Then you have to complete a tax declaration declaring all assets and earnings worldwide.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and own a property (Also worldwide).

You must do a tax declaration with a property.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit but my partner lives overseas? And I earn +/- CHF 120’000 gross.

We recommend you get in touch with us as every Canton has different rules.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit but no property and earn less than CHF 120’000 gross p.a.

You do not have to do a tax declaration, but you could do a tax correction. (Please check the index tax correction)

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit and my partner lives in another country, what must I do?

You should still pay Tax at source even you have a C-Permit and we recommend you get in touch with us.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit, what must I do?

Any other C-Permits, you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I haven’t received a tax declaration, this means I don't have to do one?

Any taxable person in Switzerland is responsible for checking if they are taxable and if they are then doing the declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I was in Switzerland for only 1 month but I earned more than CHF 10’000 a month?

Since the calculated yearly income would be more than CHF 120’000 you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation

Salary and other earnings

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I have a B-Permit but my partner lives overseas? And I earn +/- CHF 120’000 gross.

We recommend you get in touch with us as every Canton has different rules.

Category: Personal situation
I was in Switzerland for only 1 month but I earned more than CHF 10’000 a month?

Since the calculated yearly income would be more than CHF 120’000 you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and own a property (Also worldwide).

You must do a tax declaration with a property.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit but no property and earn less than CHF 120’000 gross p.a.

You do not have to do a tax declaration, but you could do a tax correction. (Please check the index tax correction)

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and I earn more than CHF 120’000. What must I do?

Then you have to complete a tax declaration declaring all assets and earnings worldwide.

Category: Personal situation
I haven’t received a tax declaration, this means I don't have to do one?

Any taxable person in Switzerland is responsible for checking if they are taxable and if they are then doing the declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit and my partner lives in another country, what must I do?

You should still pay Tax at source even you have a C-Permit and we recommend you get in touch with us.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit, what must I do?

Any other C-Permits, you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation

Assets

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I have a B-Permit but my partner lives overseas? And I earn +/- CHF 120’000 gross.

We recommend you get in touch with us as every Canton has different rules.

Category: Personal situation
I was in Switzerland for only 1 month but I earned more than CHF 10’000 a month?

Since the calculated yearly income would be more than CHF 120’000 you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and own a property (Also worldwide).

You must do a tax declaration with a property.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit but no property and earn less than CHF 120’000 gross p.a.

You do not have to do a tax declaration, but you could do a tax correction. (Please check the index tax correction)

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and I earn more than CHF 120’000. What must I do?

Then you have to complete a tax declaration declaring all assets and earnings worldwide.

Category: Personal situation
I haven’t received a tax declaration, this means I don't have to do one?

Any taxable person in Switzerland is responsible for checking if they are taxable and if they are then doing the declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit and my partner lives in another country, what must I do?

You should still pay Tax at source even you have a C-Permit and we recommend you get in touch with us.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit, what must I do?

Any other C-Permits, you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation

Deductions

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I have a B-Permit but my partner lives overseas? And I earn +/- CHF 120’000 gross.

We recommend you get in touch with us as every Canton has different rules.

Category: Personal situation
I was in Switzerland for only 1 month but I earned more than CHF 10’000 a month?

Since the calculated yearly income would be more than CHF 120’000 you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and own a property (Also worldwide).

You must do a tax declaration with a property.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit but no property and earn less than CHF 120’000 gross p.a.

You do not have to do a tax declaration, but you could do a tax correction. (Please check the index tax correction)

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and I earn more than CHF 120’000. What must I do?

Then you have to complete a tax declaration declaring all assets and earnings worldwide.

Category: Personal situation
I haven’t received a tax declaration, this means I don't have to do one?

Any taxable person in Switzerland is responsible for checking if they are taxable and if they are then doing the declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit and my partner lives in another country, what must I do?

You should still pay Tax at source even you have a C-Permit and we recommend you get in touch with us.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit, what must I do?

Any other C-Permits, you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation

Personal situation

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I have a B-Permit but my partner lives overseas? And I earn +/- CHF 120’000 gross.

We recommend you get in touch with us as every Canton has different rules.

Category: Personal situation
I was in Switzerland for only 1 month but I earned more than CHF 10’000 a month?

Since the calculated yearly income would be more than CHF 120’000 you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and own a property (Also worldwide).

You must do a tax declaration with a property.

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit but no property and earn less than CHF 120’000 gross p.a.

You do not have to do a tax declaration, but you could do a tax correction. (Please check the index tax correction)

Category: Personal situation
I have a B-Permit and I earn more than CHF 120’000. What must I do?

Then you have to complete a tax declaration declaring all assets and earnings worldwide.

Category: Personal situation
I haven’t received a tax declaration, this means I don't have to do one?

Any taxable person in Switzerland is responsible for checking if they are taxable and if they are then doing the declaration.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit and my partner lives in another country, what must I do?

You should still pay Tax at source even you have a C-Permit and we recommend you get in touch with us.

Category: Personal situation
I have a C-Permit, what must I do?

Any other C-Permits, you have to do a tax declaration.

Category: Personal situation