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Old 27.11.2020, 11:05
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Re: Taxes in Switzerland

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My advice to you would be to get an accountant to do it with you the first year. Then he can explain all possible deductions etc. I find it is pretty traightforward and there is not that many "fancy things" to do to lower taxation.
I went to the tax office in Lugano, and a guy there helped me fill it out (and spoke fluent English, as my Italian sucked 30 years ago), cost 0.

Tom
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