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The Israel Supreme Court announced its ruling this month on the case of Gmul America Ltd. (CA 8934/16), concerning interpretation of Article 26, Relief from Double Taxation, of the Israel-US Tax Treaty (hereinafter the "Treaty"). The ruling overturned the District Court's decision on the case (Tax Appeal No. 49525-02-14).
A question that often arises when considering a legal entity for international business operations is whether to set up a subsidiary in a foreign country or a branch office (i.e. permanent establishment); that is, direct company operation in the target country. This question also arises among foreign clients wishing to operate in Israel.
The digital currency scene has heated up in 2017 due to the great increase in value of digital currencies, as well as significant developments in the area – primarily the wave of new "token" offerings that have joined the existing ones; as a result, today's trading platform includes some 1,600 different currencies.
The Tax Authority's first taxation decision on cryptocurrency was published this week, concerning record keeping of receipts from service provision received with decentralized coins. This decision was led by our office.
On and off and in various incarnations since 2005, taxpayers have been able to come forward to the Israel Tax Authority to settle and disclose data on hidden income and assets not previously reported as required by law.
The Income Tax Ordinance stipulates the taxpayers obligations to report in their tax return whether they have taken a "reportable tax position". The Tax Authority has added a position entitled "taxation of virtual currencies" to that list. The Tax Authority indicates there that
As part of the list of reportable tax positions published by the Tax Authority, a position has been added on the sale by an individual who immigrated to Israel either for the first time or after a period of 10 years or more (such a "beneficiary individual" has a 10-year exemption from
Many entrepreneurs wish to direct their available capital to investment in Israeli companies in a variety of areas, in particular – the Israeli high-tech sector, known to be one of the central growth engines of the economy. Government
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