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Tax claim

Hello everyone,

I was on L permit in switzerland from Sept 2007 to March 2009. Since my salary was less than 120,000 I did not file any income tax returns. Now I feel that I might have had something to cliam back as my taxes were deducted from source. Please let me know if I can do so? Is there anyway I can claim the tax back?

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There must be a way to file amended returns...
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thats great news! anyone aware of that? reply greatly appreciated.
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Find a local accountant. Ask him if it's possible. If it is, get him to calculate your taxes. If you've a substantial claim, ask him claim it for you. If you owe them money... you might want to keep quiet.
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Re: Tax claim

Hi, same as me, but I'm on a B permit.

I filed and got a refund.

Contact this person

"Denise Collin - Colfina" <denise.collin@colfina.ch>

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