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Money transfer within family across borders and investing in stock market

Hi,

My wife lives in Finland and I live in Switzerland. If my wife sends me money from Finland to Switzerland do I have to pay taxes for that?

If I invest this money in stock market is this considered as me borrowing money from someone else? I'm asking this because, I read that if I'm to be categorised as a private investor I need to invest my own money.

The amount we transfer will be less than CHF 10K.

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