Thank you all for your answers. I think we will find great way to improve this thread and find solutions on how to optimize corporate taxation as a digital nomad company (not at a personal level).
I'm basically a French resident because I'm there the majority of the year. However, I think the question is different when it comes to corporate taxation. I don't care being taxed on my personal income in France but I find it unfair for international competition that my company is taxed heavily.
My solutions are:
- find ways to optimize corporate taxation. For example: bill of expenses for flight and accommodation if possible.
- close the French company and incorporate it elsewhere in the world. Then the new company will have me as an employee. Living in France, I'll just pay taxes on my personal income (salary). Is that possible? And what are the pros and cons?
Interesting. Is there anyone else in her situation? It can be interesting to know depending on each country.
I'm from France and my accountant told me to put 5/7 of the flight + accommodation as bill of expenses because people usually work 5 days out of 7 in France.
Thank you. I guess it's pretty much the same in France, I have to ask next time more precisely. Do you ask your accountant if you can put accommodation + food expenses in this?
Thank you everyone for your answers,