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Old 09.12.2018, 13:50
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Re: Short term capital gains taxes in switzerland

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really! really? are you required to make a tax return? do you earn >120k? have you already told the taxman you have a portfolio of any size, additional world assets? everything I have said till now assumes you actually HAVE to make a tax return. you may not even have to declare these trades at all unless you are required to make a tax return! or if you want to reclaim the US/EU 15/30% withholding tax on dividends that you can only get back from the CH government or reduce your profits by deducting the the trade costs.
I earn less than 120k and my dividends are below the threshold so I don't have to make a tax return. This year... next year I'll have to do it probably (net worth > 75kchf).
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