Hi,I think I can answer your questions regarding Swiss taxes on your US income and investments. While I am not a tax consultant, and so cannot guarantee that this is correct, I do live in Switzerland, and this is my understanding.If you live and work in Switzerland, you must pay income tax on what you earn here. However, as far as I am aware, Switzerland does not claim the right to tax income earned abroad.Unfortunately, the reverse is not true. The US *will* claim the right to tax your Swiss income, unless you meet the conditions of being abroad for more than X days in the year (I don't recall X exactly--you should ask in the US about this). Even if you meet these requirements, the US only grants you a tax deduction of $70,000 against your Swiss income, and they will want to tax anything above that.Cheers,Bradley
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