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Old 02.06.2017, 16:36
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Re: Is "C" Permit linked to living or working in CH?

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And if you pay tax in the country where you earn the income and don't declare it in the second country, you will not pay tax in the second country on said income.
That's very true - but also, in some countries, illegal. E.g. US citizens need to declare (and pay) earnings from any country (with some intricacies on getting that back). Some countries only tax you on what you earn in their country, some on your global earnings, some on your global assets, some flat rate...

Basically - if you plan on living/working in multiple countries, speak to a good accountant. They're not that expensive and usually recover their fee in the first year in tax savings/efficiency.
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