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Old 03.12.2014, 18:15
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Re: Tax declaration on overseas asset.

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Thanks for the feedback everyone.


I guess as my OH is Swiss and we live here we need to declare it as part of our "fortune" although I would not call it that. And I am not sure how that works as this was an asset I had before marriage.


Any info on what sort of % is taxed on a property? We are not high earners by any means, will that also have an effect on how much we can be taxed on this so called "fortune"?
I would take the fiscal value (not actual value) in the other country and deduct the mortgage. That would be added to your fortune plus what else you have. The tax is very low depending on your canton etc.

I hate that tax on what you own because you already paid tax when you acquired the fortune (income tax on salary etc)
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