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Is Pillar 1 cash out taxed in Switzerland?

Dear englishforum,

This year I moved out of Switzerland and successfully cashed out my Pillar 1.
Of course, not the whole sum, but just the fraction.
I received it some time after moving out, so it is not reflected in my 'moving out' tax return.

Does anybody know what should I do with this from the point of view of taxes?
Should I file tax return in 2019 to report cash out?
Or, since I received only a fraction of a sum, may be taxes have already been withheld and that should be considered final?

Thank you!

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