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Old 12th June 2015, 12:16   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Opening a business in Turkey, formalities?

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Quick question…do you need to be a Turkish citizen to open a limited company in Turkey? Ive just move from Australia and want to start a company.
The answer is NO, you do not have to be a Turkish citizen to open a limited company in Turkey or any other type of company/business.

The problem will be with your own work permit and the insistence of how many Turkish people you WILL HAVE TO EMPLOY.
I have read where some people whilst actually owing a company are not allowed to work in the company, so just supervise.

Very basically, even if you were a 'one-man-band business' and it was the type of work a Turk could do then you will find it extremely difficult to get a work permit.

Please note I said 'extremely difficult' and not 'impossible.
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Re: Opening a business in Turkey, formalities?

When you buy from Turkey to sell in Denmark or elsewhere you don't need to setup a company in Turkey

"we want to avoid the high personal tax in Denmark. "
This is only possible if you don't have a business in Denmark. You can sell from your company in Turkey to a Danish company which is not yours.

"This physical adress, can it be ones home adress?"
Yes, your company address can be your home address.

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Nice Isla, thanks alot!

Yes that's the plan. Firstly I have to get clear with the Danish tax office, as in Denmark we like taxes so much, we made a system that's unclear for even the tax offices employees

But it would be nice to know how to register a company in Turkey, in case it's possible to avoid being taxated in Denmark, as I will run my company from Turkey!
I don't know Danish tax system. But I know Turkish tax system is very complicated.
Yes it's possible to avoid being taxed in Denmark if you have no business in Denmark. You can set up an export business in Turkey, ship your goods to your buyers in Denmark. This is not difficult and can be very profitable since Denmark is a good market to export most goods.
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Re: Opening a business in Turkey, formalities?

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When you buy from Turkey to sell in Denmark or elsewhere you don't need to setup a company in Turkey

"we want to avoid the high personal tax in Denmark. "
This is only possible if you don't have a business in Denmark. You can sell from your company in Turkey to a Danish company which is not yours.

"This physical adress, can it be ones home adress?"
Yes, your company address can be your home address.

I don't know Danish tax system. But I know Turkish tax system is very complicated.
Yes it's possible to avoid being taxed in Denmark if you have no business in Denmark. You can set up an export business in Turkey, ship your goods to your buyers in Denmark. This is not difficult and can be very profitable since Denmark is a good market to export most goods.
Please! can somebody disembowel this nonsense!

It's not as if we all aren't kept occupied enough by the regular contributor's of TLF
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Please! can somebody disembowel this nonsense!

It's not as if we all aren't kept occupied enough by the regular contributor's of TLF
Which part of my post is nonsense?
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