US expat tax professional
Bio: US expat tax professional with nearly 10 years of experience in the Big Four, specialising in global mobility tax. Recently became a self-employed digital nomad and want to help other location independent professionals manage their tax obligations with clarity and intention.
Tax Considerations for Digital Nomads.
In general, individuals are most often considered taxable on their worldwide income in the country in which they are resident. But what exactly does that mean? What about the 183 day rule we often hear about? And aren’t there treaties that sort all this out? This talk will provide an overview of the concept of residency from a tax perspective, as well as an overview of common pitfalls to avoid, a brief discussion on what treaties can and can’t do, and when to seek out a professional.