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Old 17.01.2019, 19:46
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Re: Work in Switzerland, but live in UK?

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Thank you so much for the clarifications and sorry I'm totally slow on this tax thing, it's all new to me.

Does this mean that if work pays for my flights, the UK will someone consider that my taxable wage?

I don't think I will have issues with lunch as I pay out of my pocket... or are you saying that I should keep my CH lunch/dinner receipts so I can deduct these as expenses?

Thank you again, Laura
In the UK travel from home to work is not tax deductible, so in theory the flights are taxable. You don't need lunch receipts as there is no UK deduction. In CH there is a standard deduction for lunch every day. If you are on normal Swiss tax, your taxable salary is your salary net of income tax not your gross salary as in the UK.
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