You Can’t Work From Abroad Due To ‘Tax Reasons’

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!

Check out the full interview on the remote work tax implications below.

Some fantastic tips and discussions around what global mobility and finance leaders can do from a compliance perspective to make remote work possible, while remaining compliant.

You can also check out our Compliance Framework for further insights.

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In the News: Ireland Invests $10 Million to Draw Remote Workers Away From Its Cities

“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.

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