Overview of Turkish Tax System

Non-residents are taxed in Turkey on income arising from Turkish sources only and are liable to a number of other property related taxes outlined above. The tax year in Turkey is the calendar year and an individual is considered resident in Turkey if he/she spends 183 days or more in any tax year in Turkey (the days do not need to be consecutive). There is an agreement between the UK and Northern Ireland and The Republic of Turkey for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income and capital gains. There is no agreement as yet between the Republic of Ireland and Turkey but one is expected in near future.

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