Taxes in Turkey
Applies to G Suite, Google Drive Enterprise, Cloud Identity Premium, and other paid services managed in the Google Admin console.
Effective August 1, 2018, if your service’s Google Account type was set to Individual, we changed it to Business.
A Business account can be held by corporate entities, affiliates, sole traders, self-employed merchants, and partnerships.
As a Business account, we don’t add value-added tax (VAT) to your Google service charges. You’re responsible for self-assessing and paying taxes due in Turkey.
If you didn’t want your account changed to a Business account, look for an email from Google with the subject "Google Account Type changes." The email contains a link to a form you can fill out to select the Individual account type. After you fill out the form, you’ll receive a second email with instructions for re-entering your billing information as an Individual account. Be aware that VAT is added to the charges for Individual accounts.
Important: Google can’t advise you on tax matters. Contact your tax adviser for any questions regarding this change.