Continuing the “Putting it All Together” series, this episode looks at how US tax works for expat and digital nomad freelancers (i.e., people selling their own services to multiple clients).
After this episode, you’ll know all about:
- The similarities and differences between employees and freelancers;
- Why you can’t use an offshore corporation to save on self-employment tax when you’re a freelancer (despite what you may read on the internet); and
- The gender politics of 1920s America.
Articles that discuss topics touched on in this episode:
This is the second podcast episode with a “2” in the title, and yet I’ve refrained from the obvious “Electric Boogaloo” joke. Really proud of myself.
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