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Old 11.02.2020, 18:49
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Tax in Germany on Swiss income

Last November I moved to Germany from Switzerland. I have heard that I may have to pay German income tax on the money I earned in Switzerland in 2019 when I do my German income tax declaration, even though I will also do a Swiss tax declaration for 2019.

Has anyone been in a similar position and can say if this is true or not? Do I have to declare my Swiss earnings to the German tax authorities?

In Switzerland I was an employee and was not self-employed at any stage.
 




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