The UK and Indonesia have a "Double Taxation agreement".
I'm also assuming that the digital nomad visa for Indonesia will go ahead.
The visa allows you to stay in the country without paying tax. [emphasis mine]
The plan is now to launch an Indonesia 5 year digital nomad visa that will facilitate long-term stays, and allow the holder to live in the country without paying tax in Indonesia.
As far as I understand it a double taxation treaty means that you don't pay tax in both countries (whether that's not paying tax in one country from the start, or claiming it back afterwards).
- If I'm not paying tax in Indonesia then would the double tax treaty even apply? So would I have to pay tax in the UK or would I pay no tax at all?
- Would my company just keep paying me to my UK bank account as normal?