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Income Tax in Israel

The Israeli tax year extends from January to December.
Income tax returns are filed annually by April 30th of the year following the tax year for individuals and by May 31st of the year following the tax year for companies.

Corporate
Tax in Israel is rated at 25% (in 2016). Dividends are taxed at 30% of the balance and account for the overall tax rate on distributed profits to 47.5%.
Benefited enterprises are entitled to reduced tax rates according to project location and foreign investor share in the company.

In the framework of current tax payments, an advance is paid in proportion to turnover. The percentage is determined according to the type of activity of the business or on the basis of the estimated profit for the same year.