But how about the tax rule, if you are not living in the same country more then 183 days you don't need to pay tax there. That would mean, I would need to be tax resident for instant in Switzerland or some Banana republic to get the lowest possible tax rate and pay the tax rate there?
Switzerland - Overview
Overview of business environment/doing business in Switzerland as it pertains to taxation, both individual and corporate
An individual is deemed to be a tax-resident under Swiss domestic tax law, if:
- the individual has the intention to permanently establish his/her usual abode in Switzerland, which is usually where the individual has his/her centre of vital interest, and is registered with the municipal authorities, or if
- the individual stays in Switzerland with the intention to exercise gainful activities for a consecutive period (ignoring short absences) of at least 30 days, or if
- the individual stays in Switzerland with no intention to exercise gainful activities for a consecutive period (ignoring short absences) of at least 90 days.
Forget 183 days.