VAT News

Turkey-New rules for e-service suppliers

Following lengthy discussions, law number 7601 has now been gazetted in Turkey and added to the Turkish VAT code.

The new law, effective from 1 January 2018, will see the B2C supply of e-services become taxable in Turkey, meaning that non-Turkish providers of such services will have VAT registration obligations from this date.

Further guidance is awaited as to date there is no confirmation of supplies that the rules will apply to, or information on registration, invoicing requirements etc.

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