Can I live in Vietnam and work remotely for a company in Taiwan?
Yes, it is possible, however we usually recommend double-checking the following points:
- The company you are working for in Taiwan is a registered company in Taiwan.
- You are legally allowed to work in Vietnam.
- You are legally allowed to work in Taiwan.
- You have a valid visa to enter Taiwan.
- You have a valid visa to enter Vietnam.
- You have a valid visa to enter the Schengen area.
How to find remote work in Taiwan while living in Vietnam?
This article will guide you how to find remote work in Taiwan while living in Vietnam.
Finding remote work in Taiwan
First of all, I will introduce the meaning of remote work.
Remote work is work that is not done in the same location as the employee.
Remote work is usually done from home or at a remote office.
Remote work is a type of work that is performed by someone who is not physically in the same location as the client.
Remote work can be done by freelancers, people who work from home, people who work from an office, or people who work from a specific location.
Remote work is a type of work that is not performed in the same location as the employee.
There are three types of remote work:
Freelancing is a type of work that is done by a freelancer who works from home.
How to get paid in Vietnam when working remotely for a corporation in Taiwan?
You can get paid in Vietnam even if you are working for a company in Taiwan, however, you may have to pay taxes in Taiwan first.
How do taxes work in Vietnam if I’m working remotely for a company Vietnam?
What are the tax rules in Vietnam?
The tax rules in Vietnam are very similar to the rules in the UK, and as such, the following is a general overview of the rules in Vietnam.
In Vietnam, there are two main types of tax rates:
VAT (Value-Added Tax)
Corporate Income Tax
VAT is a sales tax that is charged on all goods and services sold in Vietnam. The rate of VAT is currently at 18% and is expected to rise to 20% in 2018.
Corporate Income Tax is a tax that is charged on all companies, regardless of whether they are incorporated or not. The rate of Corporate Income Tax is currently at 15% and is expected to rise to 18% in 2018.
If you are working in Vietnam for a firm based in Vietnam, then you will be subject to the following rates of tax: