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Pay taxes where you live and are performing services. You don't ever need to worry about taxes in a foreign country if there is no inventory or "hard goods" being sold or purchased. Ever. I'm based in Oregon as well and have never, not once, been concerned with taxes because a client might happen to be in a foreign country. No foreign government ...


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First of all, the ultimate source to consult is the US embassy (or its nearest consulate) in your country - mostly its web page, since embassies rarely engage in lengthy and abstract discussions over a phone and email. Physical presence in the US is the key issue here. If you are working remotely and the presence is required only for occasional meetings or ...


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