Below are some guides to approaching tax as an independent worker if you want to base income tax on your home country rather than where you live and work:
Where should a global nomad pay tax?
By Financial Times
This article answers a tax query from a UK citizen planning on selling their UK property and working from the US and Spain.
US tax guide for digital nomads
Learn the pros and cons of the US tax system for American digital nomads in this detailed article. It covers useful information on foreign earned income exclusion and the bona fide residence test which are key for US citizens living and working in foreign countries.
Taxation for Canadians travelling, living or working outside Canada
By Government of Canada
This article comes directly from the source, if you are a Canadian digital nomad, this page should contain everything you need to know about paying tax on your worldwide income.
What you should know if you want to work remotely and travel the world (Australian citizens)
By LifeHacker Australia
This digital nomad overview contains information on all the elements of becoming a digital nomad as an Australian. It includes links to the Australian taxation office on completing a tax return on foreign earned income.
Beyond Borders: a New Zealand Tax Guide for Internationally Mobile Individuals
Although this document provides information for those who may be coming to work and live in New Zealand, it also contains a chapter on being a New Zealand resident for tax purposes and what you need to know about personal income and foreign investments you may have as a digital nomad.