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This podcast is an offshoot of the book Startup Taiwan: Foreigners Business Guide written by Paolo Joseph Layosa Lising. This channel is aimed at highlighting the plight of foreigners or global Taiwanese who are coming to Taiwan to start their own business. Startup Taiwan: Foreigners Business Guide was recently given a positive review by Taipei Times reporter Han Cheung. In an article published recently, Cheung described the book as a "thoughtful manual to entrepreneurship in Taiwan combines detailed, practical information with insightful anecdotes, offering a well-balanced guide that doesn't get too dry."As Taiwan gains attention worldwide, more foreigners are expected to consider Taiwan as a place for opening up new businesses. Startup Taiwan is a must-have if your dream is to move to Taiwan and run your own business and join the local startup ecosystem.BUY Startup Taiwan Book Here - https://forms.gle/T96sBH682mpDTfcL6

Startup Taiwan: Foreigners Business Guide Paolo Joseph L. Lising

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This podcast is an offshoot of the book Startup Taiwan: Foreigners Business Guide written by Paolo Joseph Layosa Lising. This channel is aimed at highlighting the plight of foreigners or global Taiwanese who are coming to Taiwan to start their own business. Startup Taiwan: Foreigners Business Guide was recently given a positive review by Taipei Times reporter Han Cheung. In an article published recently, Cheung described the book as a "thoughtful manual to entrepreneurship in Taiwan combines detailed, practical information with insightful anecdotes, offering a well-balanced guide that doesn't get too dry."As Taiwan gains attention worldwide, more foreigners are expected to consider Taiwan as a place for opening up new businesses. Startup Taiwan is a must-have if your dream is to move to Taiwan and run your own business and join the local startup ecosystem.BUY Startup Taiwan Book Here - https://forms.gle/T96sBH682mpDTfcL6

    #209 - 7 Tips on Tax Filing in Taiwan for 2022

    #209 - 7 Tips on Tax Filing in Taiwan for 2022

    We’re starting a new segment, delivering some news and or insights about the hottest topics for foreigners here in Taiwan.
    This month of May, is tax filing season so here are some important things that you need to remember. 
    1.   The government of Taiwan has extended the filing of taxes for individual, business, and property taxes until June 30th, to avoid crowding at tax offices, now that we’re experiencing a surge in the number of COVID cases.
    2.   For business owners, you need to file taxes every two months, that is every other month starting January, March, May, July, and so on. But for individuals, you only do it in May, and this year, you have until June 30th according to the Ministry of Finance.
    3.   For foreigners who own a business, you actually don’t need an accountant to file taxes for you. You can do it on your own.
    4.   You don’t need to separately file for full year tax statement, unless you need to submit receipts that you have just collected, for example some big items that you purchased months ago but failed to submit in your last filing. Usually, tax office does not mind these expense receipts because it helps them collect higher taxes.
    5.   If this is your first time to get an accountant to help you with your tax filing
    a.   Most of them will charge you for filing taxes on a monthly basis but they only file your taxes every two months
    b.   Most of them will charge you for filing taxes every month and one more month for “full year tax filing”, when it is already included in the scheduled filing every other month.
    6.   The going rate for monthly tax filing that Taiwanese accountants charge is NTD3,000 per month, anyone asking for lower amount is OK, anyone charging higher is taking advantage of your lack of research.
     
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    #208 - Foreigner has been living in Taiwan for almost 30 years, still without permanent residency (APRC)

    #208 - Foreigner has been living in Taiwan for almost 30 years, still without permanent residency (APRC)

    Jake Morrison from the US has been living in Taiwan for almost 30 years, and been running his tech company here for 19 years.
    His focus is converting business opportunities into new products, designing user experiences and then bringing them to life. Morrison has delivered hundreds of projects in health care, FinTech, AdTech, telecom, and supply chain, including challenging high-integrity and high-performance apps handling billions of transactions a day.
    Morrison finished his Bachelor of Science (BS), Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering from the University of Southern California. He also went to the National Taiwan Normal University for Chinese language studies, he is fluent in business and technical Chinese with HSK 5+ level. He also studied Japanese Language from the National Taiwan University, he is intermediate Japanese JPT3+ level.

    Despite being in Taiwan for almost 30 years, he hasn't applied for permanent residency. His father served as a professor at the National Taiwan University for 14 years and was not even qualified for retirement benefits after his stint. 
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    #207 - Taiwan's role in NFT, Metaverse, and Web3 Industry

    #207 - Taiwan's role in NFT, Metaverse, and Web3 Industry

    This event is organized by the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), a technology research and development institution in Taiwan. ITRI has been organizing these events to foster startup growth. 

    Paolo Lising, founder of StartupInTaiwan.com, and MillionDC Ltd. was chosen to host the event. The guest speakers were Bruce Bateman, Chairman of Innovation and Startup Ecosystem at LITEON, and Melody Ho, Marketing Director of Glia Cloud.



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    #206 - Startup Event Coverage: Big Data in the Cookieless Future

    #206 - Startup Event Coverage: Big Data in the Cookieless Future

    This event is organized by the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), a technology research and development institution in Taiwan. ITRI has been organizing these events to foster startup growth. 

    Paolo Lising, founder of StartupInTaiwan.com, and MillionDC Ltd. was chosen to host the event. The guest speakers were Bruce Bateman, Chairman of Innovation and Startup Ecosystem at LITEON, and Melody Ho, Marketing Director of Glia Cloud.

    Since Google joined Safari and Firefox in blocking third-party cookies, people have been speculating on the consequences and seeking out alternatives, as a significant amount of digital activities are dependent on third-party cookies. What does going cookieless mean? 
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    #205 - Why Taiwan is not so competitive place for foreign startups?

    #205 - Why Taiwan is not so competitive place for foreign startups?

    Our topic for today is a little bit edgy, why is Taiwan not so a competitive place for startups. 
    Jachim Gobien, from Belgium is a freelance management consultant with a corporate banking background. He has almost a decade of work at BNP Paribas in Belgium and in the Middle East.
    Through his startup, Galablynx, Jachim provides financial analysis, financial modeling, and risk management services to SMEs, VCs, and PE firms.
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    #204 - How can a foreigner become a teacher of other subjects than English in Taiwan?

    #204 - How can a foreigner become a teacher of other subjects than English in Taiwan?

    Our topic for today is about foreigners who are teaching in Taiwan. Now, the common knowledge of many from abroad is that foreigners are limited to teaching English in Taiwan. While most of the teaching jobs are for teaching English language, many universities and even schools for kids are looking to hire teachers in other fields of study. 
    Our guest, Carlos Argueta, from Honduras, is an experienced programmer and researcher who has published papers and has launched projects ranging from mobile apps to Machine Learning. 
    Carlos is skilled in Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision, and app development. 
    He is a strong information technology professional with a (PhD) focused in Computer Science from the National Tsing Hua University.

    Carlos’ Book recommendations
    Sapiens: https://www.amazon.com/Sapiens-Humankind-Yuval-Noah-Harari/dp/0062316117/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1650012953&sr=8-1
    Thinking Fast and Slow: https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Fast-Slow-Daniel-Kahneman/dp/0374275637/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1650012983&sr=8-1
    Carlos’ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kidargueta
    Carlos’ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.om/in/carlos-argueta/

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