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Income Tax in Zurich and social security

Quick question - can anybody tell me what is % income tax and social security on annual salary of 230, 000 CHF, resident in Zurich?

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Re: Income Tax in Zurich and social security

It's about 54.75% income tax and and 16.6666% on Pensionkasse.
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It's about 54.75% income tax and and 16.6666% on Pensionkasse.

I thought the tax rate was about 15% not 55%????
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I thought the tax rate was about 15% not 55%????
Single person no children no religion

Bund 14367
Canton 17516
Gemiende 20844

Total 52751

Pension upto 13,800 6%
Other deductions approx 7000

Estimate deductions of upto 74,000
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Re: Income Tax in Zurich and social security

if someone goes out of switzerland after one year, do they refund part of it , any idea ?
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if someone goes out of switzerland after one year, do they refund part of it , any idea ?
Yes because income tax is levied on what you earnt, in arrears.

If you earn less than a years salary, you pay correspondingly less income tax.

As a foreigner, you may get taxed at source, in that case income tax is taken out of every pay packet

The system is fair. You do not get cheated.
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