Freelance in the UAE in my opinion would suit you best. Plus it allows you to enjoy a nomadic lifestyle.I'm a tax resident in Spain now, unfortunately. I have left 2 months ago to the DR which is my "home" at the moment but I am not staying here later than December 2020. So that makes Spain my tax residency, right?
I was paying my taxes in Spain but have left 2 months ago. I am now in the DR but won't stay for long. I won't be here long enough to become a tax resident... unless there's a tremendous advantage in doing so. Spain requires a "bridge" country before they let me go, so perhaps it wouldn't be a bad idea after all.
I became very disenchanted with Spain this year and refuse to contribute to the current government which is taking the country down a social and economic abyss that will be impossible to recover from. This is the reason why I am seeking to take refuge elsewhere, with the possibility of traveling and not really having a "home", while I find a new home.
I don't mind high taxes as long as my money is used in the creation of value and not feeding a government fixated on destroying everything that makes a civilization cohesive.
Anonymity is not really an issue for me, in case that helps.
What would be the advantages of a UK LLP? I have heard that it's impossible to open any type of EMI account or bank account for those. So I would use my personal accounts?
No tax so your not contributing to anything but of course set up is about 5K so by default your tax.
An apartment will cost you 12K per annum including bills. A one bed in the Marina is a lovely place to live.