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Old 18.01.2009, 12:16
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Re: Tax implications of owning a holiday property?

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But, I would not be liable for taxes on 'regular' income in SG - only in SZ, my primary residence - does that sound correct?
Yes that is correct, you just pay tax in SG on the notional and real income and wealth related to the property... the rest will stay safely taxed in SZ. The home canton does a "steuerauschied" or "repartition intercantonale" based on your tax return and communicates the relevant portion to SG. Same goes for overseas property.

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