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Support of partner / alimony to common children

Hello, everybody,
someone knows the nuances of how I fill out the tax declaration when I support my partner financially and how I provide proof.
I've already read the 1-030-D-2010-d but somehow I can't quite keep up .

Does anyone have experience in this area that he or she would like to share with me? The community of residence is Zurich.

thank you

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Re: Support of partner / alimony to common children

If I am not mistaken on the bottom on the very first page is a section where you can insert the details of those you support. Evidence has to be bank statements ideally or a court doc if cash.
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Does the payment has to come from a Swiss bank account or any other bank is ok?
Is there a limit of the amount you can deduce?
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Does the payment has to come from a Swiss bank account or any other bank is ok?
Is there a limit of the amount you can deduce?
I am not sure about the amount. But any bank account is OK (I have a friend who is paying through his German bank account).
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Re: Support of partner / alimony to common children

Great thanks,
would be nice if someone would know if there is a limit since i'm gonna pay a lot of money for her and kids living abroad and I'd like to, at least, be able to deduce something from taxes, without declaration problems.
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Great thanks,
would be nice if someone would know if there is a limit since i'm gonna pay a lot of money for her and kids living abroad and I'd like to, at least, be able to deduce something from taxes, without declaration problems.
Normally 15,000 CHF p.a if i am not mistaken.
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Thanks 😊
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Re: Support of partner / alimony to common children

If your read 1-030-D-2010-d vom 21.12.2010 (PDF, 1 MB, 23.06.2017) Ehepaar- und Familienbesteuerung nach dem Bundesgesetz über die direkte Bundessteuer (DBG), it tells you in simple Germans (or French, Italian) words who is entitled to deduce what cost from taxes and how the indvidualeds are being taxed.



What helps to justify the amount payed for support should be either stated in the divorce or similar papers. Alternatively, you could get an agreement between you and your ex on paper and have it confirmed by the Kindes- und Erwachsenenschutzbehörden (KESB). Depending on the location you find more information on e.g. https://www.kesb-zh.ch/
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