Global experience teaches that the best corporate fertilizer is a combination of tax breaks and government grants.
Years ago Israel's High Court asked the state to revise its arbitrary,skewed policy of granting tax breaks to outlying locales, but maybe it's better to do away with these benefits altogether?
Those at the top of the income ladder don't pay much higher rate than ordinary Israelis.
You call it tax planning, I call it tax evasion. Bibi, you listening?
Worries about the safety of imported foods, the squeezing of small importers and Israel’s Rabbinate make real competition almost impossible.
Poll shows once again that for all their discontents, Arab citizens choose Israel - so why is Lieberman trying to kick them out?
The country's top earners work in finance, telecommunications and high-tech, In most cases, any link between managerial salaries and company profits is purely coincidental.
Central bank seen set to continue its 'ambiguous’ foreign-currency policy.
The State Revenue Administration shows how reforms in the cellular telephony industry helped all Israelis. The dairy giants should be the next target.
Eugene Kandel says policy can’t be made in bubble.