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Re: 90K of annual salary, get 4500 per month?

Hi!

I think in Vaud its simple:

You are married you both get taxed by dividing your income by 1.8:

if you have only 1 income for 2 people:
100 000/1.8= 55 555.55 chf.
they will base the "tax" on that. So you pay slighty less.

But if you are two income its multiplied by 2:

Your income:
100 000/1.8=55 555.55chf *2= 110 000chf.

Then the same for the other income, let's say he earns 60 000:
60 000/1.8*2=66 666
So they are BOTH more taxed as if they were earning more!


I think its something like that i Vaud, correct me if im wrong.
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Old 29.03.2011, 10:29
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Re: 90K of annual salary, get 4500 per month?

It sounds like you are still impot a la source (taxed at source) for which you can find the tax levels (barèmes) here: http://www.vd.ch/fr/themes/etat-droi...ource/baremes/

What will happen when you are married, is that you husband (or the person in the family with the highest income) should be taxed as a B level (+ the amount of kids you have), so in your case B0. However, the person with the lowest income with be charged at a D rate.

Information about the impot a la source can be found here: http://www.vd.ch/fileadmin/user_uplo...ction_2011.pdf (Google translate version: http://tinyurl.com/5wcukbe)

A+B levels (barèmes) can be found here: http://www.vd.ch/fileadmin/user_uplo...if_AB_2011.pdf
D levels here: http://www.vd.ch/fileadmin/user_uplo...rif_D_2011.pdf

However, it sounds right, as you would be taxed at a D level and earning 90000 CHF per year your tax level would be 23.03%. Your husbands rate, you would find in column B0 in this sheet: http://www.vd.ch/fileadmin/user_uplo...if_AB_2011.pdf
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Old 29.03.2011, 10:53
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Re: 90K of annual salary, get 4500 per month?

That really seems quite low. Doing a quick calculation I would figure over 5k per month take home
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