Can a joint stock company partner be insured in his own company?

Can a joint stock company partner be insured in his own company?

Guidelines Can a joint stock company partner be insured in his own company?

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Can a joint stock company partner be insured in his own company?

In the reporting of joint stock companies within the scope of 4/a (SSK) of the joint stock companies of which they are only partners but not members of the board of directors there is no problem. In other words, after 1.10.2008, no one can be insured in a workplace of their own under 4/ (a) subparagraph (SSK). If the company partners whose service is reported under a) and who are not insured under (4/a) other than themselves, are the capital companies of the company they work for, their insurance under (4/a) will continue.

Limited company partner Can it be insured?

– After October 1, 2008, company owners or partners cannot be covered by SSK in their own companies. – If the owners of the companies with Bağ-Kur show themselves as SSK members, their SKK insurance will be cancelled, since a new insurance will not start before the Bağ-Kur insurance ends.

Does the joint-stock company partner have to be Bağkurlu?

In joint stock companies, only the members of the board of directors become the compulsory 4/b (Bağ-Kur) insured. Those who only have joint stock company partners are not compulsory Bağ-Kurlu members. Again, non-company board members are not considered compulsory Bağ-Kur members.

Can joint stock company board members be members of SSK?

3.1-Incorporated Company Partners Shareholders who are members of the board of directors are deemed to be insured within the scope of 4/b (former Bağ-Kur) by notifying SGK within 15 days from the date of their election, by the company of which they are a member of the board of directors.

Does a limited company partner have to be from Bağ-Kur?

Company owners, partners and those working on their own behalf, namely Bağ-Kur members, have been working in their own companies since 1 October 2008 with the Social Security Institution. They can't work as an affiliate, they can't show themselves with SSK. They have to be from Bağ-Kur and they have to retire through Bağ-Kur, that is, as a 4/B.

Who has to be from Bağ-Kur?

The first condition of being an optional Bağkur member is to be a citizen of the Republic of Turkey or to be a Turkish citizen in countries where a social security agreement has not been signed while residing in Turkey. Persons whose other condition does not require compulsory insurance can apply.

Does the owner of the company have to be from Bağ-Kur?

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