Bangladeshis May Be Able To Live In Bali Tax-Free, Work Remotely
(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)
Bali : Indonesia is planning to grant remote workers a 'digital nomad visa' that will enable them to reside in the island nation tax-free as long as their income originates from abroad, for up to 5 years.
Indonesia's tourism minister Sandiago Uno said earlier in June that he hoped the country's most recent initiative would attract up to 3.6 million foreign tourists and generate one million new jobs for Indonesians.
According to Uno, the remote working visa will allow independent contractors from all over the world to live on islands like Bali as long as their income is generated by businesses outside of Indonesia.
Research said, 95 per cent of the remote workers who participated in the survey said Indonesia was 'top of mind' when making the decision. He added that similar plans for a visa for digital nomads had been in the works the previous year but had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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