Remote working has tons of benefits but a few things are difficult to handle... - being on your own A LOT - Taxes - setting up yourself as a company & reporting - motivation - timezones

  1. #92 commented

    Right, because remote working is actually basically illegal in many situations because of the company situation :|

  2. #37 commented

    Not sure 'illegal' - but the set up is very different. Not employees but contractors etc

  3. #115 commented

    It's just hard to be in a fully legal situation, not because one doesn't *want* to, but because the law is made for static employees and is confusing. Examples : Where do I report my taxes, if I keep moving from country to country every month? Paid by a US company USD, but reporting taxes in EUR, while working in Asia/Europe/America, what exchange rate should be used? Is Europe even the right place to report taxes to begin with? The answer to these questions is so hard to find online.

  4. #124 commented

    Remote working doesn't mean being a contractor in most cases. Just work in a remote-friendly (or remote-first) company and you'll be an employee while working from home.

  5. #229 commented

    It's not that hard to be legal. Contact these guys:

  6. #307 commented

    As far as taxes go, should check out Been using them for a little over a year and they automate your tax withholding for each paycheck. I had to sign up after being slapped by the IRS with a 'surprise' $8,000 end-of-year tax bill.

  7. #1582 commented

    Lmao....guys get organized! There are apps for all of the things you have mentioned.Seriously!

  8. #3279 commented

    - work from a co-work space! problem one solved! - use an accountant or online book-keeping software! problem two solved! - ring a company registar service, one phone call the company will besetup! problem three solved! - drink coffee, find more interesting work! problem four solved! - hmmm, work remotely in the same country?

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