New Antigua tax residency? Just 30 days & $20k flat !?

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Antigua tax residency requires only 30 days per year on island for $20k flat tax. Antigua looks like best option on paper, but not much chatter about it. Am I missing any downsides?

Overall, seems best deal for anyone with income > $500k and wanting to minimize time on island, comparing to cyprus/gibraltar/anguilla/etc.

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Looking for real world feedback...

Antigua tax residency requires only 30 days per year on island for $20k flat tax. Antigua looks like best option on paper, but not much chatter about it. Am I missing any downsides?

Overall, seems best deal for anyone with income > $500k and wanting to minimize time on island, comparing to cyprus/gibraltar/anguilla/etc.

More info (I'm not affiliated):

UAE requires 2-3 days and $0 tax.
 

Martin Everson

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do you get a TIN with the digital nomad visa?

Do you need a TIN you should be asking. What do you need one for? I don't get this obsession with TIN's. You don't need one for CRS reporting purposes as its not a CRS mandatory requirement (I discussed in detail in another thread). You also don't need one for residency purposes either.

For education purposes you can find out below each countries domestic rules on TIN's. Many countries do not even issue TIN's and some you use your ID card number instead.

 
Why would you want to do this over and above obtaining their normal digital nomad visa?
Good question. I imagine the normal digital nomad visa would require a more typical physical presence (183+ days?) to qualify for tax residency, compared to the 30 day regime.

No, just 1 day every 6 months. If you want a tax residency certificate, maybe 2-3 months, 1 time.
This thread is helping me see that the UAE is a popular choice for personal/corp tax residency, but since they are getting less friendly (new 2023 corp tax etc), where's the next best option?
 
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