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  1. Mimi

    Tipping

    Hi everyone, Wondering how much of a tip would one leave at a hairdresser's? Also, any recommendations for a good one in Kusadasi? Thanks. Mimi
    1 point
  2. IbrahimAbi

    Tipping

    I asked the missus, she says that she tips if it is convenient, for example if it cost 45TL she would give 50TL and say keep the change. Now it costs 50 she probably won't tip.
    1 point
  3. Ken Grubb

    Habitation Certificate

    I personally don't know, but the Tapu ve Kadastro Genel Müdürlüğü (title deed and land registry directorate) has a customer service number at 181 you can call. It likely has an option for English considering the number of foreigners who own property in Turkey. I'd give them a call to make sure you're getting the correct information.
    1 point
  4. A friend of mine and I called the Ministry of Family, Labor, and Social Services about this same question. They said that if you are working online, and not doing business directly with Turkish businesses or people, not being paid from Turkey and not cutting invoices here, you don't need a work permit. Check your country's tax treaty with Turkey. You can probably find with a Google search. The one Turkey has with the USA says that I am responsible for paying taxes in Turkey as soon as my tax home becomes Turkey, which occurs after six months. But check the treaty, there are exceptions, such as government retirements and real estate income from your home country, there may be one in your tax treaty about working online. You can open a personal bank account in Turkey easily. Do you already have a company that receives the money for your work or do you receive it personally?
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