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What can you deduct from the taxes as child costs?

I'm finishing to declare my Taxes for 2015 ... yes yes I'm late I know

What can I deduct as child costs? can I say e.g. Lebensmittel monatlich c.a. 300.-Sfr then 3600.-Sfr total? I see I can deduct up to a maximum of 10k for child costs ...
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Re: What can you deduct from the taxes as child costs?

There's a pauschal deduction, which covers those lebensmittels costs and alike and which you don't need to support with documents - field 24.1 on main form and another field on insurances form

And then childcare costs, field 16.6, for which you need to attach the actual bills.
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