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Old 09.01.2017, 18:39
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I think you do pay tax if you receive a large present like that. But being parents maybe not. I'd talk to a tax consultant. Does she have siblings? If yes, then possibly the parents can't actually leave such a large chunk of their estate to one daughter alone.
No need for a consultant which charges a hefty fee. Just look it up in the tax code of the parents canton.

Or use this handy calculator.
https://www.bkb.ch/de/Service-Center...Steuern-sparen

PS: If the parents live in Canton Zurich the tax is 0.
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