Taxes for Digital Nomads
As borders become more porous and online communication becomes more accessible by the hour, the number of digital nomads—individuals who work remotely from any location worldwide—is rapidly rising.
Given their nomadic lifestyle, handling their tax affairs can be problematic for the digital nomad.
What are the tax issues that they need to be aware of?
How do they report their income?
What provisions are there for full-time travelers, and what are the pitfalls?
While location-independent work is on the rise, tax regulations struggle to keep up with it, and there are still many grey areas in the matter.
Regulations also vary greatly from country to country, so it’s always recommended to do some research of your own or talk to a tax professional.
Join an hour conversation from a qualified professional from Moores Rowland Tax Consultants.
A group with over 30 offices in 11 Asian countries (including Bali). Get to know tax responsibilities as a digital nomad. Also, find out about tax responsibilities in your home country. We will separate facts from fiction.
1. Flag theory and how to diversify your lifestyle from a tax perspective.
2. How to structure your personal vs. your corporate residency?
Derren Joseph– International Tax for Private Clients, Global Mobility, & Cross-Border Investors (US, Europe, & SE Asia)
Derren is an EA (Enrolled Agent – license # 00100858-EA) who has been admitted to practice before the IRS and is an associate member of the American Institute of CPAs (#7920958). He is the author of “Taxes for International Entrepreneurs and Expats: Proven Principles for Legally Reducing Taxes” (https://www.amazon.com/author/derrenjoseph).
A Partner in Hayden T Joseph & Co. (DBA “Advanced American Tax”) also a member of the International Tax Team at Moores Rowland Asia Pacific, with over 30 offices in 12 Asian countries.
He has 2 Masters degrees in Economics. A Certified Diploma from ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in the UK), done Executive Education with Columbia Business School. He has completed Advanced Tax coursework at both New York University and the University of London.
Derren enjoys writing and giving seminars.
He had his views published in the Singapore Business Review, Forbes Asia, the American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia, the International Business Structuring Association (in the UK), Offshore Alert.
He also has given seminars on tax issues in the U.S., the U.K., Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, The Philippines, Portugal, Hong Kong, and the Caribbean.
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