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Old 18.09.2019, 21:09
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Re: Pillar 3 contributions when wife stops working

Hi all.

As it was quoted a few posts above:

"For employed persons with a pension fund: CHF 6,826"

My wife works part-time, does that mean she would be able to deduct from taxable income only a portion of that?

What does "with a pension fund" mean? Is that about whether she is contributing to the 2nd pillar?

Also:

"For employed persons without a pension fund: 20% of net earned income, maximum CHF 34,128"

Is that net earned income earned in the previous year?