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Old 06.11.2015, 20:41
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Re: Citizenship for the rich

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Yes, I believe it is this hypocrisy that bothers some (e.g. the OP and myself)
What hipocrisy?
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Old 07.11.2015, 22:24
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Re: Citizenship [slightly easier C permit] for the rich

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You don't pay them the year after, you pay them during the current year.

BUT, the amount is only finalised the year later (at the earliest).

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Or to be completely accurate, you pay the Gemeinde- and Staatssteuern during the current year and the Bundessteuer early the year after.

It really would be so much simpler to deal with just one tax office, which could allocate the tax payments between commune, canton and federation.
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Old 08.11.2015, 08:00
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Re: Citizenship [slightly easier C permit] for the rich

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Or to be completely accurate, you pay the Gemeinde- and Staatssteuern during the current year and the Bundessteuer early the year after.

It really would be so much simpler to deal with just one tax office, which could allocate the tax payments between commune, canton and federation.
Do you not deal with just one? I've never dealt with anyone other than the local tax office, who then send me all information / answer all questions / send all bills simultaneously, based on a single form.
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Old 08.11.2015, 09:10
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Re: Citizenship [slightly easier C permit] for the rich

Right, same here. I pay my taxes monthly and get all the documents from the local tax office, that includes the calculation for the Bundessteuer
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Old 08.11.2015, 10:18
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Do you not deal with just one? I've never dealt with anyone other than the local tax office, who then send me all information / answer all questions / send all bills simultaneously, based on a single form.
My Gemeinde tax office has access to all three tax office computer systems, but each of the three taxing authorities sends separate correspondence and they're not coordinated -- so at any one time I might have a final tax bill for one year from one of the tax offices while the other two have issued only a provisional bill. Also, in the past I had a large credit with my Gemeinde (the result of my tax returns taking years to be processed), while the canton was sending me letters urgently asking for payment of CHF 264... yet at other times, the canton has offset credits against tax liability (without asking me). It's all very strange.
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