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taxation of p2p lending

I'm thinking of trying out a p2p lending platform. I'm wondering what the taxation looks like for p2p lending returns.
For the sake of example, assume that one invests 1000 CHF and gets 70CHF as return/repaid interest ( assuming 7% p.a. ).
What would the tax rate be on those 70 CHF ? / what are the after tax p2p loan yields.
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Re: taxation of p2p lending

70.- will be treated as interest income and taxed at your tax rate, depending on what bracket you fall in.


After tax yield = Gross Yield * (100% - YourTaxRate%)
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