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Old 07.02.2019, 17:54
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Re: EU citizen working remotely for an EU company wanting to pay taxes in CH

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Yes. If you're a resident of Switzerland you pay you taxes here. Doesn't matter what the length of the contract is, it's your residency that decides where you pay your taxes.
Are we sure about this? I guess the OP has to clarify whether (s)he means he has an agreement to work remotely from CH, or an actual work contract in CH.
It's that "local job opportunities" that makes me wonder about his situation.

I am asking this question since I am asking the same question for my wife in another thread (though in our case is more of a family reunion) and from what I understand she will continue paying taxes in EU (Italy in our case) while benefitting of the no-double-imposition here in CH. Technically she (and I) will be paying taxes in CH, but somehow waived by the italian taxes paid?
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