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For the Israeli citizen thinking of returning to Israel, or the American businessman or businesswoman contemplating expanding their scope to include doing business in Israel, the process is both rewarding - and very challenging.
For the American Jew contemplating aliyah and the native Israeli thinking of returning, coming to Israel is both rewarding - and very challenging. Among those challenges are concerns about purchasing rights, tax obligations, national insurance, rights to education for your children, and ultimately purchasing a home and setting up a business or finding a job. In addition, for those coming from the United States, there are inevitable questions about the interplay of tax obligations, passing American citizenship, and financial reporting to the I
Israelis that have unreported income whether in Israel or outside it may be exposed to criminal proceedings for alleged tax offences.
Representation of account holders in banks, listed in the records of banks in Switzerland and other countries as "Israel resident", with the assistance of an attorney and CPA specializing the Prohibition of Money Laundering Law and tax offenses
Filing a lawsuit is not something that should be undertaken lightly. Sometimes, however, it is the only way to vindicate legal rights. While the U.S. legal system is among the most developed in the world, enforcing those rights are not necessarily a simple matter.
Modern families often have members living in different countries. Indeed, many Israelis have family living in the United States. Invariably, as generations pass on, their estates are left to family members, some of whom may not reside in the same country.
Being named in a lawsuit can be an unexpected and unsettling experience. Regardless of the type of litigation, the merits of the lawsuit, or prospects of prompt resolution, once a lawsuit has been filed certain procedural obligations must be met.
Every year, thousands of foreign nationals purchase property in the United States where dynamic real-estate markets present tremendous financial opportunities for buyers at all financial levels.
A real estate in Stopin, Brashov that consists of eight apartments building, ready for sale, out of which three of the apartments already been sold. The land is clear of any liens and/ or subjugation and/ or debts and/ or any third party rights.
Commercial space with an area of approx. 450 sq. located at ground zero in Bucharest (20 I.C. Bratianu Blvd.) between Piata Universitatii and PIata Unirii. Very suitable for being rented to companies. Presently rented to KENVELO.
During the past few years, a growing number of Americans living outside the U.S are renouncing their U.S. citizenship in order to emigrate and take advantage of Israel’s recent tax reform (hereinafter: “The Israeli tax reform”). The Israeli tax reform has significantly broadened the appeal of living in Israel for residents returning to the country to live permanently and new immigrants.
Studio Located in Bucharest 7 Dr. Minovici St., 1st district. The studio is located in the area of Baneasa Railway Station, right opposite to Herastrau park in a very quiet area. It is made up of 1 room + kitchen.
2 room apartment (1 bed room and 1 living room) located in Bucharest, 129 Turda St, block 139, 10th floor, 1st district. The apartment is located in a good area of Bucharest, in its north-eastern part, close to Herastrau park (15 minutes walk), to Piata Victoriei(20 minutes walk).
Villa loactaed in Tartasesti, Dambovita county, 30 km away from Bucharest, perfect for holidays or weekends. Tartasesti is a small town located in Dambovita county, 30 km away form Bucharest, in a quiet place, far away from the crowd of the city. The location is perfect for leisure activities especially during holidays or weekends.
A precedential ruling in the case involving “Hadar Insurance Company V. Ahad Ha’Am Food and Beverages and others”, written by Supreme Court Judges Rivlin, Danziger and Solberg, determined that in a case a company is bankrupt following a delay of insurance compensation payments by the insurance company, the insurance company will pay additional compensation to the bankrupt insurant.