Suppose I am engaged in U.S. company as an independent contractor, I am non-resident alien, I work from home - Georgia (country, not US state) and being paid hourly. Contract says that consultant (me) is responsible for paying taxes of any sort.
According to this
A nonresident alien (NRA) usually is subject to U.S. income tax only on U.S. source income
And Factor Determining Source is summarized in table (Quoting only first row since It's relevant for me)
Salaries, wages, other compensation - Where services performed
If I understand Where services performed correctly, then that's my country, i.e. income is NOT U.S. source income and therefore it's NOT taxable - Am I right or not? Did I miss something? Is there anything else I must be aware of about income taxation of non-resident aliens like me?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
By taxable I mean taxable in US. I have already figured out about local taxation