Are foreign companies which open a branch in Turkey subject to corporate tax?
A company which is based in a foreign country wants to open a branch in Turkey.
Is it possible for its representative in Turkey to be a foreigner?
Since the company will make sales in Turkey, would it be subject to corporate tax?
Also, is it supposed to notarize the books?
The branch to be opened in Turkey will be subject to corporate tax as a ‘’limited taxpayer.’’
All notifications and declarations must be submitted.
In accordance with the Tax Procedure Law (TPL), commercial books must be notarized before the business starts.
The representative in Turkey must be ‘’a resident’’ in Turkey regardless of their nationality.
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