Border workers and taxpayers holding a B permit, you can save taxes on the quasi-resident status!
Since the judgment of the 26th January 2010 of the Federal Court, taxpayers taxed at source (cross-border and B permit) can now request the inclusion of actual costs in the calculation of their taxes provided that 90% of their income comes from Switzerland.
Since the judgment of the 3 August 2017 of the Constitutional Chamber of the Court of Justice, the cantonal limit on the deduction of travel expenses set at CHF 500.- will only be applied finally from the 1st of January 2017. Since then, a new appeal to the Federal Court has been filed by the European Cross-border Group in order to change the actual decision of the Geneva Court of Justice. To be continued...
The quasi-résidentstatus still remains profitable following the capping of travel costs at CHF 500.-?
Those who have taken out home loans and have high loan interests / death insurance.
Those who have carried out major renovations on their property located in France or in other countries.
Those who have medical expenses and / or health insurance premiums and / or significant disability costs.
The payment of contributions to a life insurance in Switzerland (3rd pillar B) or abroad, the payment of alimony to an adult student or a family member who is in need, the Paying donations to Swiss associations or paying contributions to a Swiss political party can also make the quasi-résident status attractive.
We provide you with 2 possibilities to prepare your tax return :
Gather the documents from the ad hoc checklist, arrange an appointment.
Tax interview lasting 1 hour.
Submitting the tax return package online and paying on the spot
Gather the documents from the ad hoc check-list.
Sending of the completed tax questionnaire and documents by e-mail plus payment by bank transfer.
Sending the tax return package by mail.
Prices are expressed in CHF
The tax return package includes the following services :
|Information tax meeting||150.-|
|Claim on a tax notice||10%*|
|Assessment of quasi-resident status||100.-|
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