Fiscal LawTax Declaration

Tax law: I am a trainee in a company, do I have to declare taxes?

Does a trainee have to declare his taxes? This article answers your question!

In principle, yes! 

Swiss law dictates that all income from employment must be declared, as well as bank interest on capital. 

From the age of 18, the state requires the payment of taxes. Every canton has a minimum income, from which the individual will be taxed.

Thus, if your net salary (with deductions) is less than the amount taxable by the canton where you reside, you will not be taxed!

Otherwise, you will have to complete a tax declaration. Lawrence explains everything about this in this article


Do you have any questions about your taxation as a trainee? Lawrence answers them!

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