Israel's High Court calls for tips to be taxed, but takes no action
At the request of the attorney general and National Insurance Institute, the court considered changing the system under which tips in Israel go largely untaxed, but ultimately deferred the issue to lawmakers.
The High Court of Justice has called on lawmakers to change the status quo whereby the majority of the tips given to waiters in Israel go unreported to the tax authorities.
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