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Old 13.03.2020, 13:34
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Re: Actual tax rate - global wealth

I think this explains it quite well.

https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/automat...-know/43079718
For example, if someone declares assets worth CHF500,000 ($500,000) to Swiss tax authorities, that person will pay taxes based on the rate for that amount. If that person also declares property abroad with a value of CHF200,000, they will continue to be taxed only on the CHF500,000 but will pay the tax rate for the net worth of CHF700,000.

The same principle applies to the rental value of a property, generally between 2.5% and 5% of the total property value. The taxpayer will not pay direct taxes on that value but it will increase the person’s overall tax rate.
You just need to know what your local wealth tax rates are, and apply the rules.

Edit: here's the rates
Municipality of Wollerau: 0.14% in case of a taxable income of CHF 500’000 and 0.14% in case of a taxable income of CHF 5’000’000
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