Moshe Kahlon's generous program of benefits has one catch: There's no money to pay for it — except by raising taxes later
The order, which is expected to cost Israe; $122 million a year in lost tax revenue, also eliminates purchase tax on cellphone batteries and SIM cards
TheMarker takes a closer look at Moshe Kahlon’s plan to help the poor and middle class
The strike warning comes less than a month before the IBA is due to be replaced by Kan, the newly formed public broadcasting corporation
Moshe Kahlon also vows to add 4 billion shekels a year for disabled, upstaging Netanyahu on issue
Politicians are abandoning long-term goals in favor of quick fixes that can score them points with the electorate, most noticeably Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon
Anyone who thinks Israel and the developed world are converging regarding health care should think again. The time has come for a different allocation of the limited national budget
The disability allowance has only risen 8 percent since 2003, compared with 30 percent for the minimum wage
Calls to raise the retirement age for Israeli women to 64 would be inflicting a cruel sentence on many of them.
The retirement age for women should be raised from 62 to 67, for their own good.