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Old 26.01.2018, 20:10
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I don’t work in Switzerland. Am a housewife at the moment. Does my husband need to declare my bank account in Australia? Can we just not mention it?
If you have to file, and both of you live in Switzerlanf, you will have to file jointly as a couple.
All worldwide income of wife and husband must must be declared.
All worldwide assets of wife and husband must be declared.

Australia is an AEOI country:
https://www.sif.admin.ch/sif/en/home...ustausch1.html
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If you have to file, and both of you live in Switzerlanf, you will have to file jointly as a couple.
All worldwide income of wife and husband must must be declared.
All worldwide assets of wife and husband must be declared.

Australia is an AEOI country:
https://www.sif.admin.ch/sif/en/home...ustausch1.html
Do I need to print out a recent bank statement or simply declaring the amount is enough?
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Re: Tax Declaration

I will ask in this topic to avoid creating a new one. If the person changed job in 2019, what is to be specified on the first page in the tax declaration for 2018: an old job (which he/she had in 2018) or the current one? Thanks.
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Old 25.09.2019, 11:12
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I will ask in this topic to avoid creating a new one. If the person changed job in 2019, what is to be specified on the first page in the tax declaration for 2018: an old job (which he/she had in 2018) or the current one? Thanks.

You state the job you had in the time period you file for. Why would you state the new job as that wasn´t relevant in 2018?
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I will ask in this topic to avoid creating a new one. If the person changed job in 2019, what is to be specified on the first page in the tax declaration for 2018: an old job (which he/she had in 2018) or the current one? Thanks.
The tax declaration should show the situation on December 31st of the given tax year.

On the canton Zurich tax declaration it even explicitly says so: "Personalien, Berufs- und Familienverhältnisse am 31. Dezember 2018"
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Old 25.09.2019, 11:20
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Still, if someone changed jobs during the year, one needs to add both jobs especially if you want to claim compensation for driving your car?
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Still, if someone changed jobs during the year, one needs to add both jobs especially if you want to claim compensation for driving your car?
It is about the information which has to be put on the first page of the tax declaration. The instruction are clear: The actual situation as it was on December 31st has to be put there.

On the Berufsauslagen sheet there is space to claim driving cost deductions for up to two workplaces. If you had more than two workplaces in a given tax year, you can call your local tax office or simply add a self made detailed statement which lists all workplaces and travel cost and refer to it on the tax declaration.
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Re: Tax Declaration

Hi. I have two more questions. If a person changed jobs during the year and has several Lohnausweis, should you sum up all the amounts from Nettolohn and put the final amount in the field Hauptwerweb?

What if the person being employed by one company had a contract for a small job with the other company (but not as a self employed). Is it for the field Nebenerwerb?

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Hi. I have two more questions. If a person changed jobs during the year and has several Lohnausweis, should you sum up all the amounts from Nettolohn and put the final amount in the field Hauptwerweb?

What if the person being employed by one company had a contract for a small job with the other company (but not as a self employed). Is it for the field Nebenerwerb?

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1. Yes
2. Based on what you described, probably yes
- If Quellensteuer was withheld on 2., please see the instructions.

2019 Ct. Zurich tax instructions are at this link:

https://www.steueramt.zh.ch/internet...019_HA+DEF.pdf
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