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Old 19.09.2012, 22:29
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Re: Can I save taxes through house buying with non-Swiss debt?

Thanks. Only the interest is considered or the settlements as well?
Hypothetic example: house costs 480k. I have a 20 years loan, i.e. 240 settlements of 2000 SFR a month + 100 SFR interest; assume that the rent is 1500 SFR. Would this imply that I get a tax reduction of 2000 + 100 - 1500 = 600 SFR?

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If someone will loan you money yes, it's a loan, any interest payable is deductible against the assume income from the notional rent. I suspect you can't buy a house on an L permit............
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