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Israel/South Africa Expatriates Face Costly New Tax Rules

In terms of the Right of Aliyah doctrine (the right of every Jew to immigrate to Israel) every Jew going to or intending to go to Israel will be granted an Oleh’s visa. Oleh, for my colleagues not dealing with Israeli law (plural: olim) means a Jew immigrating into Israel. The Oleh Visa is granted by mere expression of the interest to “relocate” to Israel as a qualifying Jew (albeit born outside Israel after 1950).

A person shall not be registered as a Jew by ethnic affiliation or religion and will be denied Oleh Visa, despite being a Jew as defend, inter alia because of political status / activity (i.e. is engaged in an activity directed against the Jewish people or which is likely to endanger public health or the security of the state of Israel) or secondly, where a notification (issued under the Law of Return 5710-1950 as amended by Law of Return Read more

Israel Is No Longer A Tax Haven!

Moshe Asher: The Tax Authority plans to provide information to relevant countries about foreign residents’ capital in Israel.

“We won’t be a tax haven for foreign residents,” said Israel Tax Authority director general Moshe Asher at the conference of the CPA Association of Jerusalem conference on December 17, 2013.

He said that the Tax Authority planned to provide information to relevant countries about foreign residents’ capital in Israel, and that these countries will reciprocate about the foreign assets of Israelis. Read more