Jenny Gross, of the London bureau of the New York Times, has made available for download her article, “So, You Want to Become a Digital Nomad”, published in the New York Times. The abstract is as follows:
Let’s say you’re thinking about becoming a digital nomad this summer, making the most of your company’s work-from-home policy as borders reopen before the bosses require you back in the office. While weighing the appeal of setting yourself up in Rome or at the foothills of Iceland’s glaciers, keep in mind that different destinations have different tax consequences.
Here’s a look at how working remotely from abroad could affect your take-home pay.
Posted by Marin Larkin, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.