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How to Become a Tax Resident in Thailand as a Remote Worker

The truth is, many so-called “remote” workers fail to realize the greatest long-term benefit of the location-independence: you have the mobility and freedom to relocate abroad, immerse yourself in a foreign culture, and live life on your own terms in the country of your choosing.

Is It Legal to Work as a Digital Freelancer in Thailand?

If you are staying on a tourist visa, without a work permit, it is technically illegal to work in the Kingdom of Thailand. In order to be issued a Thai work permit, you will need to be sponsored by a local company who can help prepare the paperwork. But what about freelancers, who technically work for no one? Is it possible for the digitally self-employed to work legally in the eyes of the law?

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Shelter Can Be Your Employer of Record in Thailand

If you are a digital business owner or employee, relocating your operations to Thailand presents a unique opportunity for geo- and labor arbitrage.An EOR is a company that employs you or your team according to local labor laws and takes care of payroll, tax, social security, and immigration matters.

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10 Tips for Relocating to Chiang Mai (from 10 Digital Nomads)

It’s no secret that Chiang Mai is one of the top digital nomad hotspots in the world, which is why so many remote professionals choose to relocate here each year. For many people, however, simply taking the leap into the location independent lifestyle is the hardest part. That’s why we asked 12 seasoned expats a very simple question: If you had to offer one tip to someone relocating to Chiang Mai, what would it be?

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