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Old 28.06.2020, 12:45
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Re: Massive increase in tax due to filing a declaration

Quite often paying tax at source is a better deal than making a full declaration. It really is a simplified process and of course makes things easier for the tax authorities too. That's why when you income goes over a certain limit, 120 kCHF in VD, they require you to move to the full declaration.
If you're using VaudTax, the system does guide you through most of the possible deductions (transport to and from work, meals taken away from home, for example), but it may be worth forking out for someone to help you for the first time. You can then use that declaration as the basis for subsequent years.
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