@fredrikaurdal and @bchilakala are spot on. You should typically incorporate in the country where you do most of the work. Also agree on talking to a tax advisor. This is the type of thing you want to do right from the beginning, because changing stuff later is a lot harder and more costly.
Nice. Did you reach out to them yet? Curious if you got any feedback
Yes I did I spoke with 5 people as of today. Tho 1 of them I stumble on via Twitter so he’s not added on to the wait list. Strangely he spoke with me the longest. Nearly 3 hrs
Waitlist is now 8 people long
Yep, me and a couple of friends do that a lot. Kinda depends on the types of todos we're working on.
Some great tips. Thanks for sharing! Will probably implement it this way in the future.
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Thanks for comment!
It's still on my radar, but it's a complicated feature to build (it breaks a lot of assumptions in the current codebase). So it's good to know how many people are interested in it 👍
I like that idea. Instead of having a specific topic like sales, we can target specific type of makers/businesses that face specific challenges.
In addition to the ones you mentioned, some other ideas:
I tend to use RSS for subscribing to blogs, etc whenever possible. If there's a newsletter without an RSS feed I might read it in Fastmail if it's shorter content or interactive (e.g. lots of links I might want to check out), or send it to Instapaper so I can read it on my Kindle if it's long-form.
Personally I wouldn't want to add yet another app to my daily workflow.
Wow nice. Congrats!