To be fair, it’s also one of the questions we get asked most by aspiring digital nomads.
The easy option: pay tax in your “home” countryI take the view that as you basically can’t pay tax in exactly the right place, you should just pay tax somewhere and not worry about it too much.
In most cases, it’s going to be easiest to pay tax in the country you’re originally from.
That’s because if you don’t want to pay tax in your home country, you’ll need to prove that you’re no longer resident – which isn’t always easy.
Possibly – but the key thing is that you’re able to justify what you’ve done if you get investigated.

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