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Old 13.10.2020, 13:20
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Re: Tax implications for 250k salary

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I don't think so. I enter 250k gross, the calculator then subtracts about 25k for social deductions and pensions (225k net), then subtracts about 9k in professional expenses and insurance premiums (219k net), and applies tax on that amount. The tax of 50k itself is about 20% effective rate (although at 35% marginal, squeezing any further upside).
It seems to be about to be correct. The linked calculator also allows to use gross, net, and taxable income.

One note: health insurance deductions are capped at around 2.5k per person (depends on canton).
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