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  1. Canakkale

    Anyone living in and around the Canakkale province?
  2. Hi everyone. Actually the law in Turkey is not really that murky. It all depends on a number of factors. For example. If you are a part time resident in Turkey then you should continue to pay tax in your home country if you are only working remotely and not spending most of your time in Turkey. The situation only really changes when Turkey becomes your default country of residence and more importantly the country where you are domiciled. I left the UK in March 2016. I have not been back. I was working for my old company in the UK on a part time basis and paying tax in the UK. After a year the UK Inland Revenue informed me that I should not be paying tax in the UK since Turkey was now my home and my main place of residence or domicile. They told me that the UK ( and many other countries too ) has a dual taxation agreement with Turkey and that I should apply for the necessary certificate which in Turkish is a Mukimlik Belgesi and in English a Certificate of Fiscal Residence. I applied. Within a couple of months I received my certificate in English and Turkish. I am a UK citizen, working legally and paying my world wide taxes in Turkey. I passed this information on to DOC MARTINS SURGERY FOR EXPATS IN TURKEY on facebook and with its own website. I enclosed copies of the actual certificates there and how you apply. The important thing here is that your job is as a result of your skills and contacts overseas and that you are not taking a job from a Turkish person who might benefit from it if it were available in the local job market. Hope this helps someone somewhere.
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