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Subject to swiss tax?

I'm going to be a student (not enrolled in any classes) doing just research at the University of Zurich being paid in CHF. However, I'm only going to be in Switzerland for 9 months. Will I be subject to Swiss tax?
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Re: Subject to swiss tax?

Yes and if you are being paid you will probably find your tax being deducted at source.
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