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Old 22.06.2007, 12:06
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Taxation B and C permit

Hi folks,

brand new to this forum, though not to Switzerland. Have had a B permit for 5 years ans was thinking that I would get C (am EU 15 national); but when I recently moved to a different Kanton the immigration service send me a new B permit. Now I don't mind having one, but what's the score: I've been told it's better (i.e. cheaper) to pay tax at source and to hold on to your B permit as long as possible, and I've heard the exact opposite (get a C and pay less tax). Now - what are your experiences?? And is there actually any advantage these days of having a C rather than B if you're EU?

Thanks for your help! Fenja
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