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Permis B tax at source in Vaud and in Geneva

We are both working in Canton de Vaud but living in Canton de Geneva on Permit B.

My company is charging me Vaud tax, and my husband's company is charging him Single geneva tax. is this correct?

Is it true that at the end of the fiscal year, we will be adjusted according to our combined income level in geneva?

Does anyone know if you are earning over 120K individually, do you need to file a tax return?

Does anyone know a English speaking tax advisor in Geneva region? I have called a couple of tax advisors, none of them want to deal with me after they know that i have a permit B!

Thank you!
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