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Old 28.04.2009, 12:34
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Re: Taxation for Foreigners... a curiosity

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Many residents do not have tax deducted from their salary even before they have a "C" permit. For instance, if they earn more than CHF 120,000 per year (I think that is the limit).
I thought everyone on a B (or other non-C) permit was taxed at source, regardless of salary, and then if they earn more than 120k they have to still complete a tax return.

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If your status changes during the year for example by moving from one commune to another one with a different rate of tax, you can request an adjustment to the deduction.
I may have misunderstood - I haven't done a tax return yet - but I thought that tax at source was done by averaging the commune rates across the canton. We, for example, live in one of Vaud's lowest tax rate communes, so I'm hoping for a small rebate!

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