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Hello, I've found 2 examples - let's call them A and B - of the typical payslilp/ deductions from your monthly salary in Switzerland. Both of those examples have:
1. ALV - unemployment insurance,
2. KTG - sickpay insurance/salary continuation insurance and
3 Withholding tax/Income tax.

But next example A has extra deductions listed below (but those deduction are not on example B):
4. OASI premium (old age and survivors' Insurance)
5. Non work related accident insurance
7. (Occupational) Pension Fund

And finaly example B has extra deductions listed below (but those deduction are not on example A):
8. AHV - state pension
9. BVG - company pension
10 UVG - accident insurance

Which one of those deductions, except no 1-3, are obligatory and paid by everyone and which one are extras. Maybe no 5 is the same as no 10 (although the amounts of those two were quite different on the examples I have found)? In advance thanks for help.
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Old 29.06.2012, 15:15
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Re: the payslip

Well, you seem to be repeating things.

4, 5 & 7 are the same as 8, 9 & 10.
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They are all mandatory. Why not ask your company HR?

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Hello, I've found 2 examples - let's call them A and B - of the typical payslilp/ deductions from your monthly salary in Switzerland. Both of those examples have:
1. ALV - unemployment insurance,
2. KTG - sickpay insurance/salary continuation insurance and
3 Withholding tax/Income tax.

But next example A has extra deductions listed below (but those deduction are not on example B):
4. OASI premium (old age and survivors' Insurance)
5. Non work related accident insurance
7. (Occupational) Pension Fund

And finaly example B has extra deductions listed below (but those deduction are not on example A):
8. AHV - state pension
9. BVG - company pension
10 UVG - accident insurance

Which one of those deductions, except no 1-3, are obligatory and paid by everyone and which one are extras. Maybe no 5 is the same as no 10 (although the amounts of those two were quite different on the examples I have found)? In advance thanks for help.
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Re: the payslip

OK, no one panic, but what happened to '6'?
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Re: the payslip

hahahahha what happened to 6? that made me laugh out loud.
i left CH for 11 months to go and catch up on life and im now back but in a different capacity.
i work part-time (10 days a month) and my pay slip seems all above board.
the only thing that seems to be missing is a deduction for UVG
is that ok? how can this effect me?
thanx for any help
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hahahahha what happened to 6? that made me laugh out loud.
i left CH for 11 months to go and catch up on life and im now back but in a different capacity.
i work part-time (10 days a month) and my pay slip seems all above board.
the only thing that seems to be missing is a deduction for UVG
is that ok? how can this effect me?
thanx for any help
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Wow, dual accounts since 2012 - congrats.
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Hello, I've found 2 examples - let's call them A and B - of the typical payslilp/ deductions from your monthly salary in Switzerland. Both of those examples have:
1. ALV - unemployment insurance,
2. KTG - sickpay insurance/salary continuation insurance and
3 Withholding tax/Income tax.

But next example A has extra deductions listed below (but those deduction are not on example B):
4. OASI premium (old age and survivors' Insurance)
5. Non work related accident insurance
7. (Occupational) Pension Fund

And finaly example B has extra deductions listed below (but those deduction are not on example A):
8. AHV - state pension
9. BVG - company pension
10 UVG - accident insurance

Which one of those deductions, except no 1-3, are obligatory and paid by everyone and which one are extras. Maybe no 5 is the same as no 10 (although the amounts of those two were quite different on the examples I have found)? In advance thanks for help.
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Wow, dual accounts since 2012 - congrats.

sorry i dont follow?
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Wow, dual accounts since 2012 - congrats.
sorry, i dont follow?
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OK, no one panic, but what happened to '6'?
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sorry i dont follow?
Read your post #6 as a post by the OP (looks like I am not the only one). Apologies in case you are not sycylia
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Re: the payslip

Well at least you got a payslip its not mandatory for the employer to issue one but Im sure most do.
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Read your post #6 as a post by the OP (looks like I am not the only one). Apologies in case you are not sycylia
what i was not following is the comment of "dual accounts"........
or the "we missed you.......NOT"
seems quite strange when one gets replies that are not even relevant to the question asked.
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Well at least you got a payslip its not mandatory for the employer to issue one but Im sure most do.
No, it is mandatory to provide a payslip.

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Well at least you got a payslip its not mandatory for the employer to issue one but Im sure most do.
Must have been a long time since you were employed then .....
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