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Do I have the right to see my previous tax declaration in Switzerland?

Hi,

I would like to have a look on how my income tax from the previous year has been calculated by the local tax office. I come from one of the EU countries and this is possible there. So I wonder if I have the right to see it at the local tax office in Switzerland.

Of course I have already received the statements of direct federal tax, canton and commune tax, however, I do not see how exactly the income tax has been calculated.

Thanks for any advice.
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Re: Do I have the right to see my previous tax declaration in Switzerland?

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Hi,

I would like to have a look on how my income tax from the previous year has been calculated by the local tax office. I come from one of the EU countries and this is possible there. So I wonder if I have the right to see it at the local tax office in Switzerland.

Of course I have already received the statements of direct federal tax, canton and commune tax, however, I do not see how exactly the income tax has been calculated.

Thanks for any advice.
Are you taxed at source? I'd contact your local office and ask them if it's possible. If you filled in the tax form, you should have kept a copy for yourself of the figures. Again, if they're wildly different from what you expected ask to meet with someone to explain why. They're usually quite helpful.
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