Simulate capital gains tax in Israel
Our Israel capital gains tax simulator is designed for those considering selling a property abroad. Whether it's an apartment, a house, financial securities or shares on the stock market, Israeli taxation offers a specific framework that it's crucial to understand.
In Israel, taxation on the sale of property abroad is structured around the period following your Aliyah.
For the first ten years following your move to Israel, you benefit from an exemption on income generated abroad, including capital gains from the sale of real estate or financial investments in non-Israeli securities. This grace period is designed to ease your transition and integration into the Israeli economy.
However, after these ten years, Israeli law provides for the taxation of this income in proportion to the number of days spent after your Aliyah. This measure encourages careful tax planning, especially for those who own significant assets abroad.
Our simulator is designed to help you understand these rules, providing an accurate estimate of your tax liabilities in Israel following the sale of your assets abroad.
Taking into account the nuances of the law and your personal situation, we offer you a simple yet powerful tool for anticipating your tax needs.
We invite you to enter information about your property and your personal situation to discover your tax estimate. Our team of tax experts is also at your disposal for any questions you may have or for personalized assistance.