Turkey Tradesmen and Artisans Confederation (TESK) Chairman Bendevi Paland\u00f6ken, housewives selling their home through the internet by producing announced the continuation of tax exemptions. In addition to the tax exemption of up to 30 thousand TL, Paland\u00f6ken said, "microcredit should be given to women with small scale production." found in the description. "We will continue the tax exemption on the sales of housewives selling over the Internet up to 30 thousand TL," indicating TESK Chairman Bendevi Palandoken. "the house without opening a small-scale home women who do not work because of this activity is not a taxpayer. But the Ministry of Treasury and Finance, e Since housewives had accepted all sales via e-commerce, they could not be tax-free in e-commerce, and when the housewives without taxpayers received an order of $ 100 on the internet, they had to pay taxes just like a large industrial corporation. Those who made it within the borders of the big city municipality couldn't benefit from the simple method benefited by 800 thousand tradesmen.In order to support our housewives who have been producing small-scale production for years and to be put into e-commerce, we demanded that this law be changed. This problem is solved by a bag of law that is waiting to come to Turkey, "he said. "THE WOMEN OF THE HOUSE WILL NOT GIVE THE 5% TL INCREDIBLE MICRO-CREDITBeyond protecting the current situation, Paland\u00f6ken said that housewives are encouraged to be involved in e-commerce."With the adoption of the bag law, the tax exemption of the housewives, who make sales on the internet up to approximately 30 thousand TL per year, will continue. In this way, the income from the sale of the products produced by the housewives in the e-commerce will not be taxed up to 30 thousand TL. In order to increase the motivation of our housewives engaged in small-scale production, we will increase the production of our micro-loans to the economy. contribution will be much larger than the amount of credit given. "