Originally Posted by deepstar
Ok ... so it seems one guy who talks to China
but not in the Bahamas
has some non US out of state Tax-Break .... and everyone one else is living in State X.... avoiding Sate Y's taxes
Err... I think the question of "Working While Living Aboard" meaning outside your county of residence/domicile has - with the Chinese exception not been answered.
Please correct me if I have mis understood
I work WITH China
, via internet
doesn't have the reliability
or bandwidth I require. If you are going to work from a boat, you still have to have a domicile (mail address, drivers license
For those you don't have remote
office option, you first have to find a job near the water
, and if you don't have a car, very near.
What happens if its blowing 30 knts and you have to go to work? You have to have someplace safe for the dink which will be left unattended for the entire day. I would think staying at a marina would almost be required, thus allowing you to have a car.