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Old 01.10.2014, 08:46
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Re: A potential tax situation and advice

You'd almost certainly be taxed in Holland (once over the taxable days limit).

You'd then have to complete the Swiss tax return (showing your tax payment in Holland).

I know when I did something similar in the UK I was able to claim against tax in Holland regular return trips to my "home" (Switzerland). For example against my UK tax I was able to deduct 2nd home rental costs; travel to and from my "home"; a bunch of away from home work related costs. In other words I was submitting MP-esque expense forms!! This arrangement, at the time, could only occur for the first 2 years.

Your best bet would be to speak to a Dutch tax consultant to confirm what is deductible from a dutch perspective.
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