Untangling tax terrors for solopreneurs with John Lee
on December 02, 2022 • 1 minute read
Even when you operate your business as an Estonian e-resident with Xolo, you still have think about your personal taxation in a world where rules remain disjointed, localized and confusing!
But John Lee and the Work From Anywhere team have been hard at work demystifying this subject, and helping to make things easier than ever, both for individual location-independent people, AND those who want to hire them in a safe and compliant way.
Walking his talk as a true digital nomad, who has experienced life all over the world with his family in tow, John brings an optimistic and clear outlook to issues like permanent establishment, tax residency, digital nomad visas, and more. Have a listen!
Check out the great resources on offer at:
Individuals | Remote Work Tax Resources – Freelancer Work From Anywhere
Remote Work Compliance Technology | Work From Anywhere
And don't forget that a fiscal home for your business is easily sorted through https://xolo.io, the best place to start an Estonian e-Resident business with the support of top tools and a fabulous team! 🤩
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Maya Middlemiss is a freelance journalist and author, excited about the future of work, business, money, and technology. She operates her e-resident business through Xolo Leap, so that she can work frictionlessly with brands and publications all over the world, and she is the host of the Future is Freelance podcast. Exploring the social impact of technology on our changing world, and bringing those stories to life in an accessible and inclusive way, is her passion — because all of this is far too exciting to leave it to the geeks. Maya is a 'digital slowmad', originally from London, presently living with her family in Eastern Spain.
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