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Author Richard Leach

Richard joined GTN in 2023 as director bringing with him over two decades of international tax management expertise. Over the course of his career, Richard has worked with a diverse spectrum of clients, ranging from prominent global financial and pharmaceutical entities to smaller companies with limited experience in tax and payroll matters. He is best known for adapting to client needs and addressing problems with proactive, practical solutions, being a resource for complex reporting requirements related to private client tax services, and providing tax advice that is easy to follow and understand. | +1.720.647.5234
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DIY Expats – Tax Support for Off Program Moves

In recent years, there has been a growing trend of self-initiated global mobility moves, where employees relocate internationally with little or no company assistance. These types of moves, often referred to as "off program" or "self-requested," present unique tax challenges for both the employees and employers involved—especially when HR managers and companies are trying to balance cost considerations with their duty of care to employees.

Understanding the Tax Considerations for Digital Nomad Visas

In recent years, the global workforce has witnessed a significant shift towards remote work and the rise of digital nomads, defined as a person who works entirely over the internet while traveling and who has no fixed place of business. As more individuals seek the freedom to work from anywhere in the world, many countries have recognized this evolving trend and responded by offering a unique solution—the “digital nomad visa.” This visa, often with less stringent requirements than traditional work visas, allows individuals to live and work in worldwide destinations of their choosing.