/ advice on where to live in Canada
Minimal tax hit? Are u high? It doesn't matter who u work for u pay the same taxes on the same salaries in the US. If u misreport your earnings that is called fraud. U can get put in prison for decades by the IRS.
Ahh yes, "Wszystkie rozumy pozjadal". Good luck in life with that close minded can't do anything attitude.
Let me break it down for you then:
Work regular job 7-3 four, sometimes five days a week for the measly $40/hr you frown upon so much. Get taxed through the nose for it.
Quote some projects on the side, invoice them legally. After marking up the materials you use which you get at a discount you can net 50-80/hr depending on how smooth the job was. Now you've made too much, taxman wants to gobble it all up, time to find some writeoffs:
- part of your house is used as an office: utils, taxes, mrtg interest are partially deducted
- need a vehicle to do this work (last year my vehicle writeoff was a Nissan Skyline ;) gas, insurance, maintenance
- tools which you would have to purchase for your dayjob anyway
There's more but I'm sure you get the idea. I'd really like to hear your ideas how you could export my job for $0.50 an hour too.