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Old 24.01.2023, 13:51
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None of your two statemements is correct.
Please stop spreading misinformation
It is true.....on that amount you would pay 2% to Kanton Zürich plus whatever your Gemeinde Steuerfuss is......where is it misinformation?
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Thank you for clarifying. I had read here that up to 10% of the lending value could come from Pillar 2.
Again! Please stop spreading misinformation

Your sources are wrong. It was covered 100x here on this forum.
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Old 24.01.2023, 14:45
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It is true.....on that amount you would pay 2% to Kanton Zürich plus whatever your Gemeinde Steuerfuss is......where is it misinformation?
plus the Federal tax. The way you wrote it, you made it sound like that is all the tax and not only the cantonal tax...

you wrote "the" tax and "in Canton Zürich" and not "for" canton Zürich.

It is obvious you overlooked that and now you try to hide it, quite lame if you ask me....
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Old 24.01.2023, 15:13
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plus the Federal tax. The way you wrote it, you made it sound like that is all the tax and not only the cantonal tax...

you wrote "the" tax and "in Canton Zürich" and not "for" canton Zürich.

It is obvious you overlooked that and now you try to hide it, quite lame if you ask me....

Sorry for your lack of reading skills.....your reaction is something else though

Such anger.......
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Sorry for your lack of reading skills.....your reaction is something else though

Such anger.......
Sorry for your lack of formulation skills....

And sorry for your amnesia - you groaned first, remember?
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Old 24.01.2023, 15:39
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Sorry for your lack of formulation skills....

And sorry for your amnesia - you groaned first, remember?
Now who is spreading misinformation?

Check your data again...I am post 16 and you are after
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Now who is spreading misinformation?

Check your data again...I am post 16 and you are after
So sorry for your lack of understanding skills of the English language.

Read again what I wrote.
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Old 24.01.2023, 16:09
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The tax at least in Zurich canton is 2%.......at least for withdrawals up to 200k. I didn’t check above that
The tax is also at least 0.0001%. It is technically and mathematically correct but rather pointless and not really useful.

Total lumpsum payment tax for pillar2/3a withdrawals for CHF 200k in the City of Zurich is:
  • 5.72% (single, no kid, no church)
  • 5.62% (married, no kids, no church).
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