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I thought the OP would be resident in CH.
The title of the topic is in English, so what exactly was so hard to understand on this part "live in Germany"

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Old 01.02.2020, 17:29
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Re: Work in Switzerland, live in Germany

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The title of the topic is in English, so what exactly was so hard to understand on this part "live in Germany"
You are not always legally resident where you live.
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Old 01.02.2020, 17:32
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You are not always legally resident where you live.
Go troll on FB or such, people tend to believe nonsense a lot quicker than on this forum.

PS: Still awaiting your answer on the health insurance topic on how an health insurance can hand out "fines" of thousands of Francs.....
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Old 01.02.2020, 17:35
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Re: Work in Switzerland, live in Germany

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What's FB?
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or such, people tend to believe nonsense a lot quicker than on this forum.
How would you know? Have you been trolling there a lot?
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I have no idea what you are talking about.
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Old 01.02.2020, 17:43
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So I am not allowed to be in Germany on a daily basis without register. The authorities will know where I am going and what I am doing. I can't be a daily visiter to this country. That sounds totally against the EU policy.
Is there something wrong with you? If you are there every day and sleeping there overnight every day, you are not a visitor.

WTAF. It’s not a difficult concept.
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So I am not allowed to be in Germany on a daily basis without register. The authorities will know where I am going and what I am doing. I can't be a daily visiter to this country. That sounds totally against the EU policy.
You are the amateur and they are the professionals. They have years of experience playing this game where as you do not and to be honest you don’t seem to be very bright either, but sure give it a go and see how it works out.

Worst case, you get to live free in Germany for five years.
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Old 01.02.2020, 17:49
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What's FB? How would you know? Have you been trolling there a lot?
I have no idea what you are talking about.
Classic trolling behaviour. Well done.
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Classic trolling behaviour.
What nonsense. Edwin clearly has no idea what he is saying or doing!
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Old 01.02.2020, 20:36
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What nonsense. Edwin clearly has no idea what he is saying or doing!
He does, as, unlike you, he is not the zombie troll who formerly known as clucker!

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Hi all,

I know that there are a lot of posts about that topic but still I can't find the right answers.
I am an EU citizen who will work in Zurich. I am planning to live in a German town near the border, possibly Waldshut-Tiengen.
The main question is can I only pay the Swiss taxes? I am thinking of getting a short term rental arround Zurich for a few months so I can sort the things with the work and residence permit. After that I will leave the Zurich accomodation, relocate in Waldshut-Tiengen and not register my address there. Is it possible in these circumstances to stay with my permit B, travel on a daily basis, pay my taxes in Switzerland but sleep in Waldshut? What troubles I can get if I decide to proceed in that way?

As others have mentioned, this is tax evasion. Leaving traces of illegal acts on the internet is not the smartest thing people can do.

I'm quite sure that the people that successfully pull this off are not asking random strangers on the internet about how to break the law.
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Old 03.02.2020, 12:33
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So I am not allowed to be in Germany on a daily basis without register. The authorities will know where I am going and what I am doing. I can't be a daily visiter to this country. That sounds totally against the EU policy.
You would be there on nightly basis And I hardly believe you would neither poop nor forgo any police or fire fighter protection and services while 'living' in Germany.

Btw: Just lookup Grenzgänger Deutschland Schweiz and see what the legal options are and how it is done the correct way. For example you might opt either for Swiss or German health insurance.
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Re: Work in Switzerland, live in Germany

The fact that your girlfriend lives there would be the best proof of residence since you wouldn't have any other connection to CH outside of work.
True that it may not be obvious to get caught, but you will have your nice swiss car with swiss plate parked outside every single night, that's a risk.
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Re: Work in Switzerland, live in Germany

Beside illegality, I assume you are looking to save more money but there is no way this is even profitable at the end of the day! Do your researches/maths!

And don't worry about the authorities, at one point someone will give them a hand and report you...
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So I am not allowed to be in Germany on a daily basis without register. The authorities will know where I am going and what I am doing. I can't be a daily visiter to this country. That sounds totally against the EU policy.
You need to register in Germany and pay your taxes and possibly medical insurance there.
You need then to register in Switzerland as a "Grenzgänger". You will receive a special "Ausländerausweis".

If you want to save money this way, it isn't worth the hassle I believe. Most probably due to commuting, queues at the border and higher income taxes in Germany. Also the area near the border is more expensive by German standards due to ... well, being close to the border. Imagine a lot of Swiss come there every day to shop for groceries.

Please consider that if you want to commute from Zürich to Waldshut there are car queues of kilometers every day after 15:00 o'clock in both directions. Probably using the train would be easier (SBB stops for example in Jestetten, Rafz I think also etc). There is an S-Bahn that goes from Zürich to Schaffhausen that stops there.
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