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Duty-Paid Goods

Duty-Paid Goods

The goods not more than 1.500 Euro are to be delivered to the traveller more than 18 years old two months before his/her entry or six months later of his/her departure, and the goods not brought to the country to be traded are subject to %10 customs duty. (Exemption of 300 Euro will be reduced).

The goods which are concurrently imported with the owner at the age of 18 and not more than 1.500 Euro and brought into the country out of commercial concerns are subject to %10 customs duty. (Exemption of 300 Euro will be excluded).

The above conditions are to be provided in order to take advantage of this right:

- The items being sent to the ones residing in Turkey via mail or cargo,

- The goods concurrently imported by the owner,

- Being brought or sent as a gift ,

- Peculiar to personel or family use,

- The items that the customer make no payment in return upon purchasing,

- Out of commercial concerns,

If the value of the goods, imported within the frame outlined above, exceed 1.500 Euro, the customs duty of these goods' importation will be collected according to the regulated principles being in force.

If each imported goods in question exceeds 1.500 Euro, the customs duty will be collected according to the designated ratios.
Before the allocation of a fixed proportional tax, the person who have declared his/her imported goods will require tax regulations to be applied for imported goods. In this case the importation of the good will be allowed upon the tax revenue.

The stabilization of the tax assessment of the brought good within this frame will be designated according to the presented invoice or receipt. If the attestation of such a document is not available or the value of the registered good presented with the document is low, the value of the good will be determined by the administrations.