False truths, prejudices often held by olim hadashim (but not only) on important issues related to our rights as French speakers in Israel .
Ex: You don't pay taxes for ten years if you're ole hadash. This is obviously untrue, but many of us hold these beliefs, and even propagate them.
Nathaniel Dray, of Dray & Dray - Cabinet d'Expertise Comptable in Israel, sets the record straight, and one by one dismantles these prejudices at the microphone of Israeli public radio Kan, via Yoram Salamon.
https://youtu.be/Nbn-dhgLEVASEE ALSO: BLABLA
Podcast - Imposition Olé Hadash
- Prejudice number 1 : When you're Ole Hadash, you don't pay taxes for 10 years! FALSE.
- Prejudice number 2Can you invoice without VAT with your French company or do you have to set up an Israeli company?
- Prejudice number 3Are the transactions made by Revolut or N26 reliable or is it like a "classic" bank account?
- Prejudice number 4Can I receive social benefits in France (unemployment, family allowance, RSA, etc.) while living in Israel but still declaring myself a French tax resident?
- Prejudice number 5Can we declare our income generated in Israel to the French tax authorities?
- Prejudice number 6Can the French pension not be declared either in France or in Israel during the 10-year period?ALSO READ: Taxation in Israel on Ole Hadash income
Your questions - our advice
- What about the taxation of a dividend received by a foreign company during the 10-year period?
- Can "mixed income" generated in France and Israel be declared only in France for the 10-year period?
- How will the Israeli tax authorities identify your activity and risk making a tax adjustment on your income generated during your presence in Israel?
- How is French real estate income received by an Israeli tax resident taxed during the 10 years following aliyah?
- Can I continue to work for a French company for 10 years and live in Israel?
- How can you optimize your Ole Hadash taxation and comply with French and Israeli tax regulations?