Understanding company taxation in Morocco

In prior articles, we covered what entity you need to work remotely. How you can get health insurance. And now we’ll talk about the taxes. To sum up, there are 4 different types of taxes you’ll need to declare/pay: TVA (Taxe sur la Valeur Ajoutée) This is a taxation paid for the added value. This tax is added to the price of the final product … Continue reading Understanding company taxation in Morocco

How to get health insurance in Morocco when you work remotely

Last time, we talked about what type of company you need in order to work remotely from Morocco. This time, we’ll talk about health care as it’s an important subject for me and for lot of people. For more articles about the legal side of working remotely from Morocco, check the Legal category. In Morocco, CNSS (Caisse Nationale de Sécurité Sociale) is the health care … Continue reading How to get health insurance in Morocco when you work remotely

Creating the perfect legal entity to work remotely from Morocco

One of the most asked questions about working remotely is how you deal with all the legal paperwork. It was my first question when I started too. I’ll make sure to respond to all question around this topic. I guess it’s stopping a lot from starting in the remote world, so I’ll try to make all questions fade away. First advice: get an accountant. They … Continue reading Creating the perfect legal entity to work remotely from Morocco

Best Coffee Shops for working in Casablanca

Last updated: May 4th, 2019 This is a list of coffee shops I tried and recommend in Casablanca. I live near 2 Mars, so all these coffee shops are located, more or less, in that part. The general note given takes into consideration things like power sockets, noise, mood, view, quality of mobile signal… but also others like price, non smoking area, etc. I dropped … Continue reading Best Coffee Shops for working in Casablanca

Why software engineers are leaving Morocco

In 2018, between 50 to 100 software engineers left Morocco every month, usually for France. While Morocco is proud with this achievement, as it shows his good education system, there is something we need to ask ourself: Why? I’ve worked in the Moroccan software industry for nearly 2 years before quitting. These years were more than enough for me to raise some red flags. Especially … Continue reading Why software engineers are leaving Morocco