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    • marius3 months ago

      So in the end it is (a) an internal cultural question of the company (remote or build a close culture in an office) and (b) a legal problem.

      The legal problem will be overcome as soon as countries adapt to these changes. How? As the main issue are (income) taxes, countries must either introduce visa programs which are somehow bound to paying taxes on the income generated while in the country or ditch all income and corporate taxes and focus only on VAT. If rich Americans or Europeans are living, working and consuming in Thailand (let's say) the simplest way would be to increase the VAT tax rate from 10% to 150%. But in order for this to work, every country would need to adapt this new taxation model. Well ...