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Quellensteuer and lump-sum payments

Want to know how lump-sum payments are handled with quellensteuer.

I switched jobs in 2017. for both jobs i was taxed at the source. I also did some extra work in between for the future employer, and this was taxed as tariff D, so flat 10%.

Now i'll be filing quellensteuer amendment (pillar 3). would I get some of the D tariff tax back too? that is, can i bring 10% down to my actual tariff rate?

Does it matter when it was paid, i.e. whether I also received monthly salary too or not?
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