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End of celebration? Exemption from VAT on online purchases from abroad may be eliminated

The order that makes small purchases in online out-of-state stores so lucrative may be canceled due to the deficit deficit

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Like to shop from your PC or smartphone? It may soon be more expensive at 17 percent, even if you make sure not to cross the familiar 75 dollar threshold.

according to Reporting on the Globes website, The Treasury is considering the possibility of eliminating personal import tax exemptions of up to 75 dollars per order - with the immediate implication of such a move being a fixed addition of 17 percent (VAT) on each purchase of each product and any amount, plus additional possible purchase taxes in categories Certain products.

Many retailers in the country declare that the VAT exemption for private purchasers on the net is unfair and does not allow them to provide decent competition, since they are charged a fee starting from the first shekel, which is naturally rolled out to consumers themselves

Undoubtedly, this exemption, alongside an order that eliminated the purchase taxes for much of consumer goods a few years ago, played a crucial role in turning online shopping into a quasi Leumi in Israel - with expected to be from 100 one million packages of personal imports from abroad in the current year.

If the exemption is indeed decided, with the aim of adding hundreds of millions of shekels to the state coffers to reduce the government deficit and without announcing a public and sweeping tax increase, it will certainly be interesting to examine how this will affect the buying habits of Israeli consumers - will we see a reduction in purchases from abroad Or alternatively, growth in larger and more expensive orders.

The fate of this decision is likely to be determined after the appointment of a new government and the appointment of a new finance minister, but as we face news of the deficit balancing on the one hand and assurances that there will be (seemingly) tax increases - the possibility of eliminating this benefit (much customary) Other Western countries, with varying thresholds that are even higher in some cases) are becoming more and more logical.

In the past, we had hoped to see a government initiative that would increase the level of VAT and tax exemption even more and allow for an even greater range of items and products to be cheaply priced - but as of now, we may be closer to the sorry state. Let's hope the reported 'contingency plan' will remain in the drawer.


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      1. Fuckers! ! !
        Destroy us state !!!
        One was the kibbutz mattress and fell for drinking, a house with a drinker that is a ruined house!
        She is in control and controlling everyone!
        The mental abuse that all Balfour residents undergo is the ugliest abuse there is!
        The only thing uglier than that is the denial that the Balfour residents live in it!
        We just destroyed the country!
        In nature, there is no such thing as a home with an alcoholic whose presence does not affect those around…. Everyone including everyone is governed by the behavior of the drinker _ (in our case this is the whole state!

        And that's not what I said, it's a psychology alphabet!
        Look at the child and see a reflection of what's inside.

    1. Why unnecessary ?!
      Maybe you don't move 17% ... but a good deal of it does move.
      No spik touched us with the tobacco we use involuntarily now also this drop that benefits our people.

      Maybe cynically I would add that "If the toilet is eliminated then maybe it will be less painful ..? _ (Forget I won't say that)

  1. Sucks .. this is not the 75 dollar continually. This is the rise of products from abroad that we enjoy with far cheaper prices in the country. The main thing is to make more choices .. On the other hand, a different exchange of government agenda.

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