Category: Israeli Exempt Companies

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Jun2018
The Israeli Supreme Court has just issued a judgment of interest to the Israeli hitech and industrial sectors and their employees (Kontera Technologies Ltd v Tel-Aviv 3 Assessing Office 943/16, Finisar Israel Ltd v Rehovot Assessing Officer 1728/16). Transfer Pricing in Israel: The Supreme Court handed down a ... Read More

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May2018
New restrictions will limit the use of cash and blank checks (cheques) commencing the beginning of 2019 pursuant to a law just passed by the Knesset (Law Limiting the Use of Cash, 2018, Book of Laws 2710). The new law distinguishes between businesses, consumers (referred to as ... Read More

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May2018
On 21 March 2018, the European Commission proposed new rules to ensure that digital business activities are taxed in a “fair and growth-friendly” way across the EU. This followed an OECD report of March 16 revealing a lack of international consensus about taxing digital operators (Tax Challenges Arising from Digitalization ... Read More

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Apr2018
As Israel celebrates 70 years of independence, it is good to note what makes the start-up nation innovative and successful. A recent OECD report attributes this success in large part to venture capital (VC) funds (A Portrait of Innovative Start-Ups Across Countries).  On March 14, the Israeli Tax Authority issued ... Read More

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Apr2018
בפסח אנו חוגגים את היציאה של בני ישראל ואת זמן חרותנו. בזמנים המודרניים, פירוש הדבר שה-STARTUP NATION בארץ המובטחת חופשיה להרוויח כסף מיציאות אקזיט - מכירת חברות טק ועסקים אחרים לקבוצות רב-לאומיות שצריכות להמשיך להתקדם בכל מחיר. לדוגמה, אינטל שילמה 15 מיליארד דולר עבור Mobileye בשנת 2017 ... Read More

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Apr2018
At Passover we celebrated our exodus from Egypt and the season of our freedom. In modern times, that means the start-up nation in the promised land is free to make money from exits – selling tech and other businesses to multinational groups that need to stay ahead at all costs. ... Read More

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Mar2018
 Israelis love investing their spare Shekels in bricks and mortar. But when does a landlord stop being a passive investor and becomes an active business in the real estate field? Does it depend in the number of rental properties? This matters, because on residential rental ... Read More

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Mar2018
The OECD has been caught dawdling on the information superhighway, the Internet. This is surprising as the OECD  dazzled us in 2015 with souped up worldwide tax initiatives for nearly everyone. Corporations got hit by BEPS - base erosion and profit shifting. Individuals got hit by CRS – Common ... Read More

14

Mar2018
The Israeli Tax Authority has just published a controversial tax ruling that imposes partial tax on a foreign investment fund. Background: Section 108 of the Israeli Income Tax Ordinance (ITO) empoweres the ITA to collect tax from an Israeli resident who represents a foreign resident. And ... Read More

12

Mar2018
The Israeli Tax Authority has just published a controversial tax ruling that imposes partial tax on a foreign investment fund with an Israeli presence. Background: Section 108 of the Israeli Income Tax Ordinance (ITO) empoweres the ITA to collect tax from an Israeli resident who represents ... Read More

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