Digital Nomad Tax

Tips & Strategies

Tips and strategies to legally reduce your tax burden as a digital nomad. Learn about company incorporation, fiscal residence and other strategies to save money on taxes.

Best Tax Countries for Digital Nomads: Top 10 in 2024

I always get the question “what are the best tax countries for digital nomads?”. Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all when we are talking about countries with good tax arrangements for digital nomads. Therefore, we’ll have a look at different options by presenting ten countries which are attractive for digital nomads from a tax perspective. However, […]

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Canadian Limited Partnership for Digital Nomads: Alternative for the US LLC?

The Canadian Limited Partnership for digital nomads is a structure that could help you with your tax structuring. In a previous article, we already discussed the option to set up a US Limited Liability Company and the potential benefits for digital nomads. The Canadian Limited Partnership for digital nomads works similar to a US LLC.

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Permanent Establishment for Digital Nomads: Decoding the Rules

Are you a digital nomad? Have you ever wondered about the complexities of working across borders and how it relates to the “permanent establishment for digital nomads”? Well, you’re not alone! The permanent establishment is a crucial concept in international tax law that determines a business’s tax liabilities in foreign jurisdictions. In this article, we

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Are there any Tax Treaties or Agreements that could Affect my Tax Liability as a Digital Nomad?

‘Are there any tax treaties or agreements that could affect my tax liability as a digital nomad?’ is a question that pops up regularly. As a digital nomad you are operating in an international context. This also means you need to navigate the tax laws and regulations of multiple countries and it can be challenging.

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How To File Taxes When Constantly Traveling Without A Permanent Address

Traveling constantly without a permanent address can make filing taxes a complicated process. You probably wonder how to file taxes when constantly traveling without a permanent address. This comprehensive guide helps you navigate the process, regardless of your country of residence. How To File Taxes When Constantly Traveling Without A Permanent Address If you’re a

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Tax Terminology: Territorial Taxation vs Worldwide Taxation

Territorial taxation vs worldwide taxation is an important concept for digital nomads to understand. Getting a better understanding can help you in your tax planning and avoid expensive mistakes. Worldwide Taxation Most (Western) countries apply the concept of worldwide taxation (1). This means that you need to declare all your income, irrespective if it originates

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Tax Terminology: Europe vs European Union vs Schengen Area

Europe vs European Union vs Schengen Area are three terms that are often used interchangeably. However, they actually refer to different concepts. Unfortunately, many digital nomads mix them up. Therefore, I decided to dedicate an article to their differences and similarities. They all have to do with Europe in some way. Nevertheless, they represent different

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OPINION: Not paying (a lot of) taxes as a digital nomad doesn’t hurt the community

I’m a tax advisor. This basically means that a lot of times I help digital nomads optimize their tax setup. This eventually leads to a lower tax burden. Some people are of the opinion that this means that you are not paying your fair share and are not contributing to society as you should. I

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