The tax department of Chaikin Cohen Rubin & Co. advises businesses, organizations and individuals in formulating tax strategies that factor in compliance issues relating to various tax laws, and account for the financial, business and customer-related regulations in both the country of origin and sector in which the client operates.
We offer our clients the expertise, knowledge, and dedication, which ensure our taxation teams have a deep understanding of your business.
The department consists of tax experts with many years of experience, gained working with both the Tax Authority and in accountancy practice. The highly educated team is comprised of accountants, lawyers and tax consultants, who maintain continuous contact with the tax authorities, and represent clients in ongoing tax issues.
Our firm provides a range of services in the field of taxation including:
- Planning the incorporation structure – both domestic and international.
- Support and counsel of transactions – domestic, international, trusts, capital market, mergers, and more.
- Local and international tax planning – informed advice on your tax position based on current law, practical experience and original thinking. This is provided in relation to global tax rates, and in accordance with the law in Israel and various global territories.
- Pre-ruling requests – reducing risk by gaining preliminary decisions from the Tax Authority in areas of international taxation, capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, transfer of assets, capital investment law and more.
- Opinion on specific tax issues such as income tax, international tax, VAT and more.
- Trusts Taxation – trust foundation, trustees, trust beneficiaries, local and foreign trusts.
- Advice and representation in tax issues for new immigrants and returning residents.
- Advice and support regarding tax planning of options and shares –including control of the allocation and exercise of stock options.
- Investment Promotion Act – guidance for companies wanting to check eligibility for tax benefits under the Law for Encouraging Capital Investments.