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Old 11.08.2017, 14:50
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Wealth tax declaration - Permit B -> Full Declaration

Hi all,


This has been covered before, I've read a number of posts but I'm after some advice for my specific case if anybody can help.


I came here in 2014 to Neuchatel, on Permit B and earning less than 120K. I did a 'simplified' declaration, only because I paid into a 3rd pillar pension. I gave my bank account statements (some UK, some Switzerland) to my tax advisor at the time, who did not submit to tax authorities (below threshold).


In 2015, I filled the simplified tax return again myself, without declaring anything. My wealth was approaching the declaration 'threshold' which I believe is around 100k CHF in Neuchatel? I owned stocks but did not declare anything (income or wealth).


For 2016 I again didn't declare (just pillar 3a), but may have been over the threshold...


Now in 2017 I will likely have to do a full declaration due to salary increase. I would like to declare my accounts but am a bit worried that the previous years will be a problem. I'm not sure though, as I was not automatically obliged to fill the full declaration.


If anybody could give any advice or tips I would appreciate it


Thanks
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