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Old 25.12.2013, 16:51
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Re: S/W Engineer: Contractor vs Permanent salary

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I just wanted to ask if my wife and I who will earn hundred grant per annum each, can make a comfortable living in Swiss (read Switzerland), yet without pissing off other less privileged folks who need to make ends meet on much lower income than ours?

The forum consensus is that at 200k gross p.a. with two kids in international schools paid by You it is better to stay where you are :-)
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Old 25.12.2013, 17:26
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100k in AG is plenty.
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The forum consensus is that at 200k gross p.a. with two kids in international schools paid by You it is better to stay where you are :-)
Much appreciated my dear folks for some sort of guidance in the right direction...
Can anyone also confirm that hiring a butler, 24by7 maid and house staying pet vet for our Argovian mansion are tax deductible on B-Bewilligung in der Schweiz?
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Re: S/W Engineer: Contractor vs Permanent salary

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Your forgetting to take account of AHV, AI, NBAI plus pension about 13% holidays & free days another 15%
Where is tax in this calculation?
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Where is tax in this calculation?
Nowhere. These are the additional costs of having an employee on your payroll. The employee is generally responsible for his own tax so, except in the case of "tax at source", the employer does not get involved.

That is quite an old thread you've found.
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