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SSI Transfer Transactions Can Be Sent to SSI Directorates Electronically

SSI Transfer Transactions Can Be Sent to SSI Directorates Electronically

Within the SSI general letters dated January 4, 2019, numbered 239234 and dated May 3, 2021, numbered 24641420;

  • Employers’ entity type change, transfer and intermediary entry transactions,
  • Employers’ share transfer, participation, merger and addition of new partners to ordinary partnerships transactions,

system arrangements for sending e-Declaration users from e-Government (In Turkish) electronically were completed and put into operation.

With the decision taken in the Social Security Institution (SSI) General Letter dated February 7, 2023 and numbered E-99779835-202.99-63580703, webpages for sending workplace notifications regarding transfer transactions to institutions in electronic environment via e-Government were put into use. It is stated that submitted documents will be processed after being approved by the provincial directorate/social security center.

You can access the details regarding the subject from here (In Turkish).

Should you have any queries or need further details, please contact your customer representative.

Written by Selma Kıy, Posted in Social Security Law and Legislation

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About The Author

Selma Kıy

Certified Public Accountant - SMMM
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