Amendments in Labour Legislations with the Bill Omnibus Nr. 6645

 6645 enumerated 'Law amending Work Place Health and Safety and other laws and enactments' has been published in the Reiterated Official Gazette on 23/04/2015 and entered into force on the date of publishing. With the Bill Omnibus, which includes 89 articles, many regulations, including Labour Law, Social Security and Income Tax have been subject to important changes. This article consists of briefing on the most significant amendments concerning employees and employers.

Posted in Social Security Law and Regulations, Taxation Law, Labour Law


Overview of the Law no. 6337 which introduces government support and grants on Marriage, Housing and Child

Law 6337 amending certain laws and enactments introduces certain government grants and support in the Family and Social Policies enactment enumerated 633:

Supplementary Article 2 – Marriage Savings Account and Government Benefit (entry into force: 07/04/2015)

Supplementary Article 3 – Mortgage Savings Account and Government Benefit (entry into force: 07/04/2015)

Supplementary Article 4 – Child Birth Benefit (entry into force: 15/05/2015)

Written by Zeynep Uçar Tagney, Posted in Taxation Law


Resource Support Fund for Export is Repealed

 Resource Support Fund Taxation, significant cost for export companies, is reduced to 0% contribution rate for certain export goods.

The Cabinet has listed the goods for the %0 category as: animal and plant based oils, metal ores, cinder, organic chemicals, plastics and by-products, wood and wooden goods, glass and glass goods, iron and steel, copper and copper goods, aluminum and aluminum goods.

The related enactment can be viewed here (available in Turkish).

Written by Mükremin Akbulut, Posted in Taxation Law


Inconsistencies in headcount between tax and SSI declarations

 The headcount reported in monthly SSI premium declarations and in withholding tax returns is subject to cross-check by the state auditors. Therefore, inconsistencies between these declarations pose a risk.

It has been noted that state auditors have been forwarding random audit reports to related SSI Offices and seeking information from companies based on the cross-checked results.

This is a fairly recent practice given that inconsistencies between headcount reports in withholding tax and SSI declarations were not scrutinized before.

Written by Selma Kıy, Posted in Social Security Law and Regulations, Taxation Law

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