Every year until the end of May, Tax Plates must be registered according to the Tax Procedure Law.
After the approval of Income and Corporate Tax Declaration form in April, the IT department of Revenue Administration will upload the Tax Plates based on the data from 2015. The current Tax Plates which are uploaded into the system from Administration of Revenue must be approved until the end of May.
With the change made in Tax Procedure Law Article 5, the obligation for the taxpayers to display their tax plates have been lifted off. The taxpayers that wish to have their tax plates dispayed are still able to do so at their convenience. Even though it is not mandatory to have the tax plates displayed any longer with the change made in Article 5, the plates must be present in head offices, branches and in liaison offices. The plates must be present when asked by the tax assesors. Any taxpayer who fails to satisfy the law, will face 210,00TL fine of special irregularity according to Tax Procedure Law 213 / Article 4.
In case there are several floors or sections within the workplace, it will not be mandatory to have tax plates present in each of them.