Can I work remotely for a company in Colombia while being in Sudan?
It is usually doable, but we recommand to check the following key points first:
- You are in Sudan.
- You are under the authority of the Sudanese government.
- You do not have a residence permit in Sudan.
Yes, it is doable, but we recommend to check first with the Sudanese Embassy in your country and ask for more details about the conditions you need to fulfil.
In the case you are under the authority of the Sudanese government, you need to get a residence permit and/or a work permit from the Sudanese Embassy in your country. If you are not under the authority of the Sudanese government, you need to get a residence permit and/or a work permit from the Sudanese Embassy in your country.
How to live in Sudan and find remote work in Colombia?
You will need to be flexible, creative and have a good network of people in the area.
You should be ready to work in a new country with a different culture and a different language.
How a company in Colombia can send my salary in Sudan?
How to avoid this?
You have to be aware of the rules of the company you are working for.
When you are working for a company in Colombia, you salary can be sent to Sudan. The company you are working for in Colombia has to be registered in Sudan.
This is the only way to send your salary to Sudan.
If the company in Colombia is not registered in Sudan, you salary will be send to your country by a third party.
This can be avoided by not registering the company in Sudan.
It is not possible to avoid this.
When you are working for a company in Colombia, you salary can be send to Sudan.
Where to pay my taxes when working remotely in Sudan for a company in Colombia?
If you are working remotely in Sudan for a corporation established in Colombia, taxes could seem complicated but in fact , they are not. The Colombian government has a very clear and simple tax system.
The Colombian tax system is very simple. There are only 3 types of taxes:
Corporate Income Tax
Social Security Tax
The Colombian government is very transparent and you can easily find all the information you need on the internet.
VAT is the acronym for Value Added Tax. It is a tax that is imposed on the value added to the goods or services that are sold in Colombia. The VAT rate is set at 21% for most products.