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  1. If you're a renter, one of the documents you'll need for your residence permit application is a notarized copy of your rental agreement. When you go to the noter (notary) to have this done, they may insist that you first pay the damga vergisi (stamp duty) at the tax office. What is the Deposit Stamp Tax? The stamp duty is a tax on the deposit paid by a tenant to a landlord. It must be paid, by the tenant, after the first year and every year after that. In Turkey, notaries are lawyers appointed to their positions. They're are obligated to make sure the law is followed whenever th
  2. Some transactions, such as opening your first bank account in Turkey, require a tax number. Having and providing a tax number doesn't necessarily mean that you will owe taxes in Turkey. But having one is essential for getting certain things done, such as opening a bank account to deposit money, to prove you can support yourself financially, when you apply for a residence permit. To get your tax number, go to any local vergi odası, or tax office. Tell them that you want a vergi numarası, or tax number. Give the clerk your passport. They will enter your information into a database, then giv
  3. Hello. I entered Turkey with my ID card ( citizen of Georgia) , now I want to take a tax number but I am worried if they ll except my ID card at a tax office, can you please answer me. Thanks
  4. Hello, I am a graphic designer from Syria and currently living in Istanbul, most of my work is done online with people living outside Turkey who pay me through my Paypal account or my bank account what i would like to know is: Should i be paying taxes for this kind of work? if yes how and where. Am really concerned about this cause considering the current situation of Syrians I've been told that continuous transactions to my bank account can make me look suspicious and may get me in trouble if it is not clear where the money is coming from and from whom, so I need a way to legal
  5. Good afternoon, merahbalar! ive been wondering around internet and this website and didnt get any clear answer. so im issuing a direct question to everyone here in case anyone already got the answer. please note I already addressed ttok. http://www.turing.org.tr/ Question: i want to bring to turkey my trackday / race car to turkey from the uk im married a turkish national, i dont want bring the car under turkish temporal license (green card) the car is not going to be driven on the roads the car will arrive by boat the car wont be sold or passed to anyone in turkey
  6. Hey friends, I am back with yet another interesting question here with me. With a few days research on this forum I have come to a conclusion that anyone who gets a residence permit by property purchase gets ONLY the residence permit and not the work permit. Which means he can only LIVE and DO NOT ENGAGE in commercial activity and get salary. Now another interesting question comes in my mind. This is what me and my father have been planning to. What if I purchase an apartment for myself and get my residence permit. After that I import some more money into Turkiye and lets say purchase
  7. Dear All, In Turkey, I can set up a business in various ways based on the structure choosen. http://www.invest.gov.tr/en-US/investmentguide/investorsguide/Pages/EstablishingABusinessInTR.aspx Can anyone please tell me tax implications associated with each structure? Specially in my case, I can setup a LLC (Limited Liability co) or a Collective company. Initially, it will be one person business but soon I plan to expand to at least 4-5 personnel. Thus I would like to know which structure makes sense for 1) a one person company 2) a 5-10 person company. Thanks in advance.
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