Conducting a business as an individual while constantly on the move is an idea which is still new enough that, as far as I know, not many Countries’ governments take such possibility into consideration. So, as digital nomads, we quickly get used to the idea of being in the nether zone. We are forced to eat grey areas for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Are we really supposed to pay the taxes to the exact Country where we were located when we executed our work? To use an extreme example, which Country’s ministry of treasure should I make happy if I am doing some graphic design on my laptop on a plane from London to Singapore?