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Old 02.10.2012, 21:54
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Double Taxation


My partner has just moved over from Belgium and will stay less than 180 days in the Switzerland by end of 2012. In this case, how does the taxation work? Will his 2012 income be fully taxable by his home country or will he only be taxed to the point he has officially left the country for Switzerland?

Anyone has similar experience (i.e. your home country isn't just besides Switzerland)?

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