Employment

Like many other emerging economies, Turkey has had to weather the storm in recent times. However, there may still be opportunities to find graduate jobs in certain sectors With its varied landscapes and position at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, Turkey is a nation with a diverse cultural heritage. Home to important historical sites as well as top-class beaches along its vast coastline, tourism plays an important role in its economy. The capital city of Ankara - along with the great city of Istanbul - provides a focal point for its business endeavours and employment for a large proportion of the Turkish population.

Taxes in Turkey

Taxes in Turkey


TURKISH TAX SYSTEM IN GENERAL 
The Turkish tax regime is an important part of the economy and can be divided into three main categories: Income Taxes, such as Individual Income Tax and Corporate Income Tax Taxes on Expenditure, such as Value Added Tax or Banking and Insurance Transaction Tax or Stamp Tax Taxes on Wealth, such as Property Tax or Inheritance and Gift Tax 
For full information please refer to Turkish Government website

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