If you don’t have a residence, where do you pay taxes as a European citizen?
I’ve read some suggestions about Hong Kong here, due to no taxes, reputable banking system, but seem that it can be difficult to arrange and can take months to get a bank account even after going there. Where did you set up your company and bank account with paypal, credit cards and all? Looking for recommendations on companies that help with the setup also!
Are there any resources for figuring out if it’s legal to work remotely for a company based out of X country in Y other country?
If you read the above post, please read the following post as well.
I’m very curious how US citizens who are traveling inside the US for extended periods of time (say, 6+ mo) handle things like taxes, health insurance, vehicle registration, voter registration, banking, etc. Many of our legal and business systems seem to require that you have an official residence in a particular state.
Free movement is a central notion of the European community, and the Internet provides the capability for individuals to live a locationless existence, running their businesses and providing services from wherever they happen to be. However, whilst cyberspace may be without borders, the laws of physical countries still apply; and, for digital nomads, determining which laws apply, and which courts have jurisdiction, is no easy task.