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Taxes in Switzerland

Hi all

New post, new member! (please be gentle!)

I have a question. I am Spanish, I work in London in the pharma sector. I have received a job offer from a company in Switzerland (Canton Schwyz). All happened in less than a week.. mad, I know! Approached me on LinkedIn, job offer in 3.5 days!

I am now considering whether to move or not and net pay is important. My offer is for CHF 200k. 7% will be my contribution towards my company's pension. Therefore I will be taxed on CHF 186k.

The company is in Pfaeffikon, in zip code: 8808. I am 33years old, single, no kids, no religion, no net worth and if I move to Pfaeffikon I will get an apartment there. Could you please advise what taxes I will pay?

I am trying the different tax calculators and get different results. The one posted here:


shows that my cantonal+communal+direct federal taxes will be 22,065. Therefore am I right believing that my net pay will be 186,000-22,065=163,935. So, on a per month basis: 13,661 net?

However, eth:


shows 11,757 net.

Could you please explain which one is correct? Thank you very very much!

(Please guys do not go to the route of telling me both amounts are high enough and I should be grateful. I am providing financial support to a member in my family and the 2k difference is important)
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