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Re: Tax reduction when spouse becomes unemployed

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I said reduction, not deduction. But, yes this is what I'm referring to. According to Tom I speak with my employer about lowering my withholding so I'll try that.

My spouse unfortunately worked 11 months for a Swiss company so is not eligible to RAV as I understand it. They are looking like crazy for something else but they don't speak German and have a niche background, so it may take quite some time.
Did you wife work anywhere in the EU in the previous 13 months? 12 months work in the last 24 months does not have to be in CH, to be eligible for a payout.

Alliteratively doing ANY temporary job for 1 month would entitle her for benefits, that needs to be done asap as payout is based on average earnings over last 6 or 12 months
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