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Thursday, 23 February 2017 09:28

U.S./Israeli Tax Update 2017 for Year 2016: Part 2

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ITIN’s for Non Resident Aliens:  Individual tax identification numbers are required on every tax return submitted to the IRS.  U.S. citizens must have a Social Security number that is used for all tax filings.  A non-U.S. citizen with a U.S. tax filing requirement must obtain…
Approximately 12.5% of the current work force in Israel (the equivalent of approximately 400,000 people) are self-employed, neither having an enforced contribution to pension savings, nor an employer paying contributions as a regular salaried employee has. The majority of self employed people in Israel have…
The U.S. Presidential elections are behind us and the expectations are that many major tax and economic changes will be forthcoming from U.S. executive and legislative branches in the years to come. We will certainly keep you posted with updates on any major development. January,…
February 1, 2016 – a landmark day in the unfolding of the Health Insurance Industry in Israel. Let’s look at some of what we can expect to happen and see how our world will change.
Sunday, 03 January 2016 13:48

Why Is It Important to Leave a Will?

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Despite our natural inclination to repress or postpone the subject of death, life’s lesson has proven to us that ignoring the topic does not keep it away or prevent it from occurring. We become more aware of this subject, especially at times of heightened security,…
Wednesday, 23 December 2015 09:48

The Agony and the Ecstasy

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    There is an old joke about a Jewish mother (forgive the stereotype) who keeps screaming out, “Oy the agony! Oy the ecstasy! Oy the agony! Oy the ecstasy!” A stranger comes up to her and asks, “Madam, what’s the agony?” She responds, “It’s…
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