Our professionals assist your business in a variety of business areas, from a deep familiarity with your business and its business and financial environment
Advice regarding the taxation of income abroad before and during relocation in order to reduce tax payments and take advantage of the maximum tax benefits
Consulting and providing solutions for a variety of international tax issues allows our clients to achieve optimization in global tax planning
A unique specialty of the firm led by accountant David Dan, who was a co-author of the income tax reform for new immigrants and returning residents
Our payroll department provides you with much more than payslips. From reports to the tax authorities, to advice on labor laws
Our accounting department is up-to-date on all legal requirements and helps document and improve the financial conduct of your business
The firm's staff has extensive experience in dealing with the tax authorities and is up-to-date on all the many and complex rules established by law, from opening a new business to tax returns
Preparing a company's financial statements for the tax authorities, investors, and banks as well as for the purpose of analyzing and improving the financial and business conduct of the business
Our specialization in Israeli and international taxation allows you to reduce the amount of tax and prepare accordingly for business activities in Israel and abroad


Asnin-Dan CPA firm is a boutique firm providing accounting services.
The firm was established in 2003 by accountant David Dan and accountant Eyal Asnin.
In accordance with the vision of the founders, the firm provides guidance and professional solutions to businesses and helps them run
in an optimal way, accounting, financially and with the tax authorities.

An exempt trader is an independent business owner whose annual turnover does not exceed NIS 107,692 in 2023 and the type of business is not part of a list of occupations that cannot be registered as exempt traders, for example, accountants, lawyers, doctors, various consultants, etc.

An exempt dealer does not need to report or pay regularly to the VAT authorities, but only once a year reports all of his income in the previous tax year and assuming that he did not exceed the income ceiling of an exempt dealer, he will not be liable to pay VAT.

An exempt dealer is exempt only from VAT and not exempt from periodic and annual reporting to the Income Tax and National Insurance.

Tax rates in Israel are divided into several types of income:

  • Income from salary, business and personal income for individuals – progressive tax rates depending on the amount of income. As income increases, so do tax rates. The tax rates are between 10% and 47% excluding additional tax.
  • Yishaf tax (wealth tax) is at the rate of an additional 3% on taxable income of individuals (not on companies) of any type above an annual income of NIS 698,280
  • Income for corporations – the tax rate in Israel for corporations (companies) is 23% and is called corporate tax.
  • Dividend income – taxation on dividend income is 30% for those who have substantial control and 25% for those who do not have substantial control.
  • Capital gains – taxation on capital gains is fixed at 25%.

In today’s global world, the movement of citizens between countries is common, whether it is for the purpose of studies, work, exposure to a new culture, economic reasons, etc. The State of Israel decided to encourage Israelis who left abroad to return to Israel by providing various benefits. In 2008, a comprehensive reform was enacted to provide tax benefits to returning residents and new immigrants.

Three types of returning residents were defined:

  1. Returning resident without rights – a person who has cut off residency and has stayed in Israel for more than three years and less than six.
  2. Returning resident with rights – a person who has cut off residency and stayed in Israel for more than six years and less than ten.
  3. A long-time returning resident – someone who cut off residency and stayed in Israel for over ten years.

The tax benefits provided as part of the reform include, among other things, an exemption from capital gains tax, an exemption from passive income for a period of five and ten years, respectively, for a returning resident with rights, up to an exemption from reporting and a ten-year tax exemption from all income from sand for a long-term returning resident.

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