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Old 19.09.2012, 22:20
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Can I save taxes through house buying with non-Swiss debt?

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Can I loan money (e.g. 800k) for buying a house in Switzerland, from a non-CH individual, so that this debt will be taken into account in my annual tax calculation here in CH? (if it is relevant at all, I am non-EU, L permit holder)
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