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

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Generally with a married couple the "what's mine is yours" rule applies unless otherwise formally stipulated but you can google for gift tax and you'll find the rules. If the transfer is to be a loan, it usually needs to be set out in a legal document which could be relied upon at a later date in case of non-repayment.
Unless the capital comes from income generated since the marriage. This is incorrect in CH & the rest of Europe as a default.
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