If you’re an individual frequent traveller, and you travel to the same jurisdictions often, for weeks or possibly months, you may be in danger of those jurisdictions considering you a tax resident.
You could possibly then owe tax on your income, no matter where it was earned.
For companies, the laws are similar: If the days-in-country of all your employees, combined, exceeded a jurisdiction’s threshold, you would be considered to have a permanent establishment there. That makes you liable for tax in that jurisdiction.
The Mia Bazo Tax Compliance service tells you how many days you have already spent in each jurisdiction, and warns you if you are approaching or have breached a government threshold.
We recommend that companies also use the Tax Compliance service to set their own, more conservative thresholds. Our recommended threshold is 45 days in jurisdiction.