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MassChallenge Israel has set itself an ambitious target: to find the best innovators in Jerusalem, no matter their background.
By AARON KATSMAN
I just got back from a quick trip to the US where Black Friday and Cyber Monday advertisements were everywhere.
There are a whole bunch of different trading strategies which can be adopted, usually categorized into either short or long term.
By LEON HARRIS
Tax breaks: Israel provides a complex set of tax deductions and tax credits for pension contributions.
By LEON HARRIS
So if your tax planning is at odds with an ITA position, you must tell them so they know where to start a tax audit.
Do they think that the stock market will actually go to zero? Will the global economy just close and go home?
The meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office follows chipmaker Intel’s annual high-level strategic meeting this week, an event bringing together all its senior management for the first time in Israel.
By DUDU LEVY REICH
“The price of a solar energy system for private homes or small businesses ranges from NIS 50,000 to NIS 80,000,” explains Semo, “and not everyone can spend that sum of money right away."
Besides its advanced technological platform and pioneering business model, the company saw the employment of new immigrants as a key reason for its success.
"I am certain that cooperation between Israel and Russia can advance this field."
A few years ago, Financial Engines did a survey on financial procrastination. It found that 68% of adults age 55 or older admit to procrastinating on retirement planning.
So is all hunky dory at the ITA? Not quite. The ITA received embarrassing criticism in a couple of areas.
Shares in Tamar Petroleum rose by 3.36% in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
By DAVID ZWEBNER,SELWYN GERBER
US President Donald Trump’s controversial regulatory reforms and tax cuts have spurred the economy forward by all relevant metrics.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Haifa is a vibrant, forward-looking developing city. But it was not always so.
By AMIT DUBKIN
Despite the fact that during the past few months prices have risen slightly, there is no doubt that the upward price trend seems to be changing. But is it really?
By YORAM BEN-PORAT
A retirement residence complex is a win-win situation for all concerned.
By DANNY AYALON
Israel is a very attractive market for raising money for foreign private equity funds, hedge funds and others, such as US real estate companies.
By JAMES HARRIS
Urban renewal projects are a fine way to supply new dwellings and rejuvenate cities, especially the downtown areas.
By ALYSSA FRIEDLAND
Savvy investors have already started buying small apartments that are suitable for singles or couples and have begun renovating them in preparation for the demand.
Roni Brik, president of the Israel Builders Association, believes that government policy with regard to the real estate industry is flawed.
By RAMI DROR
Now things are changing and small investors can have the best of both worlds they can have the yield benefits of alternative investments, short term investors with relatively small minimum amounts.
By AMIR HAYEK
It is the task of the government to ensure that the economic environment in which it operates allows it to compete fairly.
By YUVAL YAM
By VERED TSARFATI-ZVULUN
How the Israel Builders Association is protecting workers.
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