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Re: Money transfer within family across borders and investing in stock market

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Hi,

My wife lives in Finland and I live in Switzerland. If my wife sends me money from Finland to Switzerland do I have to pay taxes for that?

If I invest this money in stock market is this considered as me borrowing money from someone else? I'm asking this because, I read that if I'm to be categorised as a private investor I need to invest my own money.

The amount we transfer will be less than CHF 10K.

Thank you,
No

Why not invest in your wife's name? She could gift you the money, then it's your money.
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