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Working for Swiss company in EU - where to I pay taxes?

Hi all,

I have a complicated case:

I've been in CH for 8 years - I hold B permit (on Australian passport). Both my kids and husband are on C permit (he's Greek).

We are planning to move to Greece, but I will continue working for a Swiss based company (I will be coming to CH at least for 10 days every month), and my husband is planning to open consultancy business based in CH (he will be working all over EU).

We also have an apartment here that we will rent out once we go.

Question is - can we pay taxes in Switzerland based on the fact that we are tied up with work and property here?

Or would we have to do this in Greece and give half of everything to the government there

Thanks for all your help
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Re: Working for Swiss company in EU - where to I pay taxes?

You will pay taxes in your country of residence, in this case Greece.

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Re: Working for Swiss company in EU - where to I pay taxes?

No, you will pay in Greece as st2lemans says because you will no longer be resident here. So you also need to sort out the permit side, because no residence means no permits - B or C. I doubt you will be able to keep working for your company as a non-EU, but it would depend on what permit your husband gets for his new consultancy, if any.
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