Can I work remotely in Thailand for a company in Belarus?
Yes it’s perfectly possible, but we advise first to check the following points:
- If you are not a citizen of the country in which you will be working, you will need to obtain a work permit.
- You will need a visa to enter Thailand.
- You will need to find a company that will sponsor your visa.
How can I find a remote job in Belarus while living in Thailand?
- Register on the Belarus job site
If you are a foreigner, you need to register with the Belarus job site. You can do it easily on the site.
- Apply for a Belarus job
After registering with the site, you will be able to apply for a Belarus job. You can apply for the jobs that you are interested in.
- Get the job offer
After you apply for the job, you will receive an email from the employer with the job offer. You need to accept the offer.
- Start working
After you accept the job offer, you will receive the Belarus work permit. The Belarus work permit is necessary to work in Belarus. You need to apply for the work permit and then you can start working.
- Get the Belarus visa
After you work in Belarus, you will need to apply for a Belarus visa. You can apply for the visa at the Belarus Embassy in Bangkok.
- Stay in Belarus
After you get the Belarus visa, you can stay in Belarus. You can work and stay in Belarus.
How to Find a Remote Job in Belarus
If you want to find a remote job in Belarus, you need to follow the steps below.
How can I get paid in Thailand when working remotely for a company in Belarus?
It is possible to get paid in Thailand while working for a company in Belarus but it is not possible to get paid in Thailand if you are working for a company in Belarus.
Can I get paid in Thailand while working for a company in Belarus? Yes, you can get paid in Thailand while working for a company in Belarus. The only condition is that you are employed by a company located in Belarus. If you are a freelancer, then you are not eligible to get paid in Thailand.
Will I pay taxes in Thailand or Belarus when working remotely in Thailand?
Step 1: Decide which corporation to work for in Thailand
We’re going to assume that you’re working in Thailand for a corporation that is registered in Belarus. This corporation is going to be your “home” corporation.
You may have heard of “reverse-homing” or “reverse-VAT”. This is when a corporation in a country that has lower taxes (like Thailand) hires employees in a country that has higher taxes (like Belarus).
If you’re working for a corporation in Thailand, you will have to file your tax return in Thailand.
Step 2: Figure out your tax rate in Thailand
This is the easiest part. You can calculate your tax rate in Thailand by taking your income in Belarus and multiplying it by the tax rate in Belarus.
For example, if you make $30,000 in Belarus and the tax rate in Belarus is 10%, you’ll pay $3,000 in taxes in Belarus.
If you’re working for a corporation in Thailand, you can use the same formula. Your tax rate in Thailand will be the same as your tax rate in Belarus.
Step 3: Calculate your tax rate in Belarus