Digital nomad article written by Kreston global mobility lead published in eprivateclient
December 7, 2021
Kreston member Ian Miles has recently been published in industry-leading news service, eprivateclient. Ian is the global mobility lead at Kreston Global and partner at James Cowper Kreston. The article covers the tax implications of travelling the globe as a “digital nomad”, or someone who is able to work from any location with an internet connection and their laptop. The article covers tax residence, PAYE and overseas compliance.
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