John and The Work From Anywhere Team featured in SafetyWing’s The Borderless Company series where they discussed the tax implications of remote work, the different options for managing international tax compliance and Permanent Establishment, the blind spot of Employer’s of Record.
Excited to have The Work From Anywhere Team feature in the Travel Massive’s Top 50 Hot Travel Startups of 2022.
John recently caught up with Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski on their The New Nomad podcast where they discussed the risks and rewards for people planning to start a remote work life. From duty of care and taxation to the benefits in bringing children on the journey.
A complete guide to Permanent Establishment and what it means for managing remote work compliance risks.
Many global mobility leaders are waking up with cold sweats in the middle of the night.
Thank you to Avantika Chilkoti and all the team at The Economist for featuring The Work From Anywhere Team in The Intelligence podcast.
During this discussion, Avantika talks about how Europe is a great place for digital nomads. Avantika points out that visa and tax rules are the biggest barrier for people wishing to adopt this lifestyle.
Thank you to Avantika Chilkoti and all the team at The Economist for featuring The Work From Anywhere Team in their recent Roam Work series article entitled ‘Why Europe is a Great Place for Digital Nomads’.
Our very own John Lee sat down with Harry Lee (no relation!) of PerchPeek to discuss why employers are taking the easy route and saying no to their employees requests to work from overseas…and more importantly, why it doesn’t have to be that way!
“It’s going to be politically tricky to offer lower income tax digital nomad visas like you have in some other countries, such as Croatia and Aruba. Many of the countries offering these visas have a high share of their economy in tourism, whereas in Ireland it’s only around 6 percent. So there isn’t the same pressure to quickly implement digital nomad visas here,” he added.
Many CEOs watched in horror as companies from Apple to Google and many more top tier technology companies saw their employees push back significantly against their CEOs, in many cases causing a significant reversal to earlier return to office mandates.