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Old 17.01.2007, 11:09
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Re: Mutual Fund Distributions Taxable?

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Hi All,

Are mutual fund distributions taxed in Switzerland - ie 35% witholding tax?

If so - do non-distributing funds avoid such tax, or do you still need to pay the tax as though you received the distribution (like in the US)?

Andrew
Well it depends if the fund is domiciled or not in Switzerland. Lux domiciled fund distributions might be impacted by withholding (EU taxation) if you are an EU citizen (with the exception of UCITS II funds).
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