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Old 26.07.2012, 10:34
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Tax on short-term work in Switzerland

Hello

A EU on short-term work (and stay) in Switzerland <90days

with the following permit:
http://www.bfm.admin.ch/content/bfm/...verfahren.html

Does he need to pay taxes in Switzerland in the same way as someone with permit B?

Many thanks!
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Old 26.07.2012, 10:42
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Is the employer a Swiss company?
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Is the employer a Swiss company?

The employer it is ME. I am not Swiss but EU, with B permit and working 100%.

The employee will live at my place (at my expenses) and I will employ her part time 25% as a nanny. She will not have any other job.
She will stay in CH only during contract time: 10 weeks.
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The employer it is ME. I am not Swiss but EU, with B permit and working 100%.

The employee will live at my place (at my expenses) and I will employ her part time 25% as a nanny. She will not have any other job.
She will stay in CH only during contract time: 10 weeks.
There's a simplified procedure for short-term domestic help. Usually taxes are aound 5%. SVA Zurich has this information - check with the Ausgleichskasse (de) / Caisse de compensation (fr) in your canton.
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There's a simplified procedure for short-term domestic help. Usually taxes are aound 5%. SVA Zurich has this information - check with the Ausgleichskasse (de) / Caisse de compensation (fr) in your canton.

Thank you so much!! I will contact them.
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