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US taxes on 2nd and 3rd pillar

Hi all,

I am Swiss and just recently relocated to the US. I am wondering if I have to declare my 2nd and 3rd pillar accounts next year when I am filling my first tax form in the US.

What about the interest earned on my retirement accounts, are they subject to US income tax?

I was also told by someone that if I want to fill as jointly I would need to declare the whole year in the US, even though I entered the US on my L1B Visa end of April. Is that true?

Anyone in the same situation?

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