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Old 29.07.2019, 08:23
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Wealth tax on Swiss/foreign private company shares

Hello,

I did not found a thread of this so i thought this might serve other people as well.

Basicly Swiss based private company shares are taxed by the actual value

BUT

Foreign based private company shares just make the tax bracket higher.


Example (seen as if these would be the only assets of the taxpayer):
Net value of Swiss company shares 500000 CHF
Net value of foreign company shares 500000 CHF

The tax percentage is based on 1000000 CHF, but actual wealth tax is only paid for Swiss company shares.

Please fix if i have not understood or explained this in a right way.

I live in Canton Vaud, but i quess it does not make the principle of wealth taxation any different.

All the best for everyone reading this!
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