I often have people reaching out to me with their international tax questions. I have a fair bit of knowledge on the matter, but not enough to be able to help people with their individual situations.
The reality is that proper international tax planning is very complex, and there are many facets that must be taken into account. Just creating an offshore company hoping for the best will rarely work out well. Often, the main issue is banking, and also the implications in your country of tax residence.
These mistakes can prove to be very expensive.
I have therefore been referring people to Kathleen, and everyone has been very happy with her services.
Kathleen is a Swiss international tax consultant, fluent in 5 languages and who has traveled all over the world. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Geneva and finished her postgraduate studies in Australia.
She worked in diplomacy for the Swiss government and practiced at various law firms, before deciding to go her own way and help individuals and companies on a 1 on 1 basis with international tax consulting.
Kathleen can help you with all international tax questions such as your tax residency, incorporating a business to minimize taxes, banking solutions and international healthcare insurance solutions.
Her client base is primarily composed of expats, freelancers and digital nomads who are looking for solutions in an increasingly tough regulatory and tax environment.
She’s not cheap, but hiring her is much cheaper than making a mistake. Additionally, she’ll save you a lot of time and help you sleep better at night. You can find out more about her services here.
To a World of Opportunities,
The Wandering Investor