Film director and former Sony Music artist Kevin Bonarrigo published a polemic book on how to 'legally reduce your taxes' as a creator. This comes after recent controversy regarding UK chancellor Rishi Sunak's wife claiming non-domicile status.
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With a cost-of-living crisis currently unfolding in Europe, continued uncertainty regarding the war in Ukraine, and Covid finally giving way to a new era of remote working, more and more location-independent professionals and freelancers are now questioning the value of living in high-tax jurisdictions.
“As the world moves away from the pandemic, we are all coming to a sobering realization,” says Bonarrigo. “Our freedom should not be taken for granted.”
The London-based Argentinian author has over 15 years of experience as a company builder in the entertainment, technology, and education industries. He has also mentored several startups and emerging producers in Buenos Aires’ entrepreneurial scene.
The Entrepreneur Myth vows to 'demystify' the process of financial freedom for creatives. The industry manual distills years of business, tax, law, accounting, investing, and financial experience into concrete, actionable knowledge. Allowing investors and entrepreneurs to establish internationally, and start building their wealth.
The book is now available exclusively at Amazon.
Link to the publication at https://mybook.to/entrepreneurmythbook
More information can be found at https://entrepreneurmyth.org/