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Tax in Turkey

Your tax guide for Turkey

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Local tax information for Turkey

Local information Details

Tax authority

Revenue Administration

Website

www.gib.gov.tr

Tax year

1 January to 31 December

Tax return due date

Tax returns must be filed between 1 March and 31 March

Is joint filing possible

No

Are tax return extensions possible

No

Local tax information for Turkey

Local information

Tax authority

Details

Revenue Administration

Local information

Website

Details

www.gib.gov.tr

Local information

Tax year

Details

1 January to 31 December

Local information

Tax return due date

Details

Tax returns must be filed between 1 March and 31 March

Local information

Is joint filing possible

Details

No

Local information

Are tax return extensions possible

Details

No

2020 national income tax rates

2020 national income tax rates.

Taxable income band TRY Tax rates

1 to 22,000

15%

22,001 to 49,000

20%

49,001 to 180,000

27%

180,001 to 600,000

35%

600,000+

40%

2020 national income tax rates.

Taxable income band TRY

1 to 22,000

Tax rates

15%

Taxable income band TRY

22,001 to 49,000

Tax rates

20%

Taxable income band TRY

49,001 to 180,000

Tax rates

27%

Taxable income band TRY

180,001 to 600,000

Tax rates

35%

Taxable income band TRY

600,000+

Tax rates

40%

Above are the 2020 brackets and relevant income tax rates. In principle, individual income and gains calculated on a cumulative basis are subject to income tax at progressive tax rates. These can range from 15% to 40% and are also calculated on a cumulative basis.

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Additional information

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Tax legislation and administrative practices may change, and this content is a summary of potential issues to consider. This content is provided for guidance purposes only; it is not meant for direct implementation of transactions or reliance upon when considering entering into transactions. It should not be used as a substitute for professional tax, legal, financial, accounting, consulting, regulatory or other professional advice and you should seek professional advice before taking any action. It is your responsibility to ensure you make all relevant disclosures to the relevant tax authorities and that you are compliant with local tax legislation. EY accepts no responsibility for any loss arising from any action taken or not taken by anyone using this material.

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