may be taxableIf you're being paid for services rendered, that's income. All income generated overseas, including most types of interest, is to be declared and may be taxable.
I don't think you're being given bad advice, I think you're fabricating a narrative based on what you think banking and business on an international scale would look like. You've heard people talk about overseas accounts and have decided that overseas = untaxable. In order to try and style yourself as well-heeled and well informed, you're parroting back half remembered and half understood nonsense.
While somewhat charming, makes little sense to anyone who has ever had to file a FBAR.
you yourself wrote.....may be taxable
how about is not taxable.
and in your fantasy life of thinking you know everything.....can I tell you how clueless you are.
I think I will listen to the $25 billion a year corporation; and what their 45 lawyers instruct me to do, because 99% of my income is derived from their manufacturing.
listening to a liberal windbag like yourself is a recipe for failure.
please stay in the UK.....sharia law will suit you best.