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Tax from income outside of CH, B permit holder

Hey guys,

I am married to a Swiss and got my B-permit in June 2014, total number of days in Switzerland is ca. 70. No income in Switzerland in 2014 but I got some income in another country, paid there at source, there is a double tax treaty between these two countries.

WIll highly appreciate if you can help me understand:

- am I taxable in CH in 2014 (canton of ZH, if it matters)?
- if yes, then any idea of the rate?
- how shall I prove my income outside of CH and, in case I have to file some documents from the other country, do I have to get them translated and apostilled?
- is there any manual in English on how to fill out a tax return?

I have studied quite a few threads here but failed to find an answer to my questions. Many thanks in advance to anyone who can help me out.

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