Turkish direct taxation system consists of two main taxes; Income Tax and Corporate Tax.
The rules concerning the taxation of corporations are described in the Corporate Income Tax Law (CIT Law), whereas the rules of taxation for individual income and earnings are described in the Income Tax Law (IT Law). Despite the fact that each is governed by different legislations, many rules and provisions of the Income Tax Law are also being applied to corporate bodies, particularly, in terms of income elements and determination of net income.
Corporate bodies doing business in Turkey are subject to principle taxes such as the CIT, VAT, Special Consumption Tax, Withholding Tax, Banking and Insurance Transaction Tax, and Stamp Duty Tax.
We provide consultancy services aimed at increasing the tax efficiency of our clients by identifying the nature and scope of their operations, and incomes.
Income and Corporate Tax Refunds
Testing the Internal Control System
Income and Corporate Tax Approval
Determination of Corporate Tax Exemption Amount
Investment Incentive Consultancy
Consultancy on Financial Legislation
Company Establishment, Merger-Division, Type Change Procedures