Vincenzo Villamena: Nomad accountant

//Vincenzo Villamena: Nomad accountant

Vincenzo Villamena: Nomad accountant

After seeing expats’ tax challenges first-hand when he moved abroad in 2010, Vincenzo started a new business helping expats with their taxes. He’s been an expat and nomad ever since, and in this episode we talk about his favorite festivals around the world, tax tips for American nomads, expats, and travelers, and much more.

Vincenzo Villamena

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In This Episode

  • Running with the bulls in Spain
  • Checking out festivals/events around the world
  • How moving abroad brought his work full circle
  • Benefits of being an American abroad
  • Top things location-independent entrepreneurs from the US need to know about taxes
  • Deducting travel costs and business expenses
  • What you need to know about offshore bank accounts and businesses
  • Tips for non-Americans
  • Why some US citizens renounce their citizenship
  • And much more

Most Memorable Location-Independent Experiences

  • Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain
  • World Cup in Brazil
  • Bungee jumping, sky diving, and canyon jumping in Queenstown, New Zealand
  • Sailing in Yacht Week in Croatia
  • Burning Man festival in the Nevada Desert

Resources We Talked About

Vincenzo’s Links

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2017-04-26T21:19:26+00:00January 28, 2015|Podcast|4 Comments


  1. Ian Robinson June 11, 2015 at 11:13 am - Reply

    Hey Amy and Vincenzo,

    Thanks for the great interview. The discussion on business expenses was specifically useful for me because I’m always wondering how to justify what are business expenses and what aren’t business expenses. The conversation helped me feel more confident on some of my previous assumptions.

    I’ll reach out to you Vincenzo on a separate thread to see if you or your company can support with our bookkeeping/accounting.

    You rock Amy!

    With appreciation,

    • Amy Scott June 11, 2015 at 12:04 pm - Reply

      Awesome, Ian, I’m glad it was helpful! People like Vincenzo who have the professional expertise as well as an understanding of what it’s like to be a nomad are invaluable. I learned a lot from him too.

  2. Ian Robinson June 11, 2015 at 11:15 am - Reply

    Oh – P.S. Fest300 is the project of Chip Conley. Here’s a great interview with him ->

    • Amy Scott June 11, 2015 at 12:07 pm - Reply

      Cool, thanks!

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