5 Visas For Digital Nomads With 0% Tax In 2024

5 Visas For Digital Nomads With 0% Tax In 2024

Working remotely and dreaming of moving to another country? There’s a world of opportunity out there if you know where to look—and, depending on your citizenship, you may not even need to pay any taxes. 

Digital nomad visas are now available in more than 60 countries around the world, and, for many remote workers, these visas are the easiest way to legally reside in a country if you meet the requirements. Most digital nomad visas offer the chance to stay for up to one year, with many offering the chance to extend your stay if you continue to meet income requirements and pay for your own private medical insurance.

When it comes to choosing the best digital nomad visa, the sweet spot is finding one that also exempts you from paying taxes. After comparing a wide range of digital nomad visas, we’ve identified five digital nomad visas in 2024 that stand out for their appealing combination of beautiful nature, cheap application fees, and, most importantly, zero taxes: Georgia, Anguilla, Bermuda, Croatia, and Costa Rica.  


Have you always wanted to live the island life? Half a world away from Georgia, Anguilla, a British territory in the Caribbean, gives digital nomad visa holders the chance to start their day with a walk on the beach before…doing nothing at all. That’s right, Anguilla has no income requirements and won’t make you pay any taxes while you are on its 12-month digital nomad visa.

All you need to provide is your passport, birth certificate, and a description of the work you will be doing while you are in Anguilla. The one catch? You will need to pay a one-time $2000 entry fee and pay even more if you want to bring family members. The cost of living also isn’t so cheap. Despite the simple visa application requirements, the high fee may be a deal-breaker.


If the costs of applying for the digital nomad visa in Anguilla do not sound so enticing, Bermuda may be your island of choice – especially as it is known for its fast internet speeds.

Although it also has a high cost of living, it has one of the lowest visa application fees in the Caribbean – at only $263. You will need to pay this fee again if you decide to renew your visa after one year. Like Anguilla, Bermuda has no income requirements and won’t make you pay any taxes. You only need to show a clean criminal record, a passport, and proof of employment to enter an educational institution. Bermuda will also offer you a sweet bonus of a $200 customs allowance each time you enter the country. 


Croatia To Launch Digital Nomad Village With €520 Monthly Apartment Rentals

Moving back over to Europe, Croatia presents an intriguing mix of history and culture with a lower cost of living compared to many of its European neighbors. It also became part of the Schengen Zone at the beginning of 2023, making travel to other European countries much easier.

The income requirement is $2,500 per month or you can prove that you have $31,000 in savings. The digital nomad visa is good for 12 months and will not require to pay any taxes if you earn your income from a non-Croatian company. However, once the 12 months run out, you will need to leave the country and wait six months before you can reapply for the visa. In other words, stay for 12 months and then it may be time to apply for a new country’s digital nomad visa.  

Costa Rica

Similar to Croatia, Costa Rica will not require you to pay any taxes for 12 months on your income if you earn it from a company outside of the country. The income requirements, however, are higher at $3,000 per month, and this must be earned consistently.

This may require setting up a company from which you will be able to pay yourself. The visa application fee is only $100 and the cost of living is slightly lower than its neighbors in the Caribbean. For the incredible biodiversity, surfing opportunities, and security within the country, it might be well worth the effort!


The word about Georgia is spreading amongst the digital nomad community, and it offers one of the most generous immigration policies in the world. Ninety-eight different countries can stay in Georgia for one year without a visa.

In order to meet the digital nomad requirements, you will need to prove that you make at least $2000 per month. Alternatively, you can show that you have $24,000 in your bank account. If you move to Georgia, you won’t be subject to any taxes for the first 180 days. After that, the top tax rate is 20% and if you receive “Small Business Status,” you will only be responsible for 1% tax for if you earn less than $184,000 per year. Georgia’s capital, Tbisili, is a dynamic, efficient place to do business and the surrounding wine country of Signagi and mountain towns such as Kazbegi provide great places to escape into nature.