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Taxation in Turkey

A foreigner is considered a tax resident if he/she resides in Turkey for more than six months or has a legal residence in the country.

Income Tax

Income tax is imposed on all taxable income at progressive rates after the benefit of specified deductions and allowances. Individual tax rates vary from 15%-35%.

  • 15% on income between 0 and 8,800
  • 20% on income between 8,801 and 22,000
  • 27% on income between 22,001 and 50,000
  • 35% on income of 50,001 and over

Corporate Tax

The tax rate applicable to corporations in Turkey is 20%. Capital gains tax in a corporation is usually added to the regular income of the corporation


In most cases, VAT is 18%.

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Organisations that can assist with Taxation


    OZBEK CPA is an independent certified public accounting and consulting firm founded in 2002 and based in Istanbul, Turkey. We specialize in providing a wide range of services to small, medium and large sized companies looking to strengthen and expand their presence in Turkey.

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    THE TRUSTED GLOCAL SOLUTIONS PROVIDER Providing Global solutions locally Helping to internationalize the SME

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