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A warm welcome to top-tier tax firm YΞtax of Israel

The Praxity Alliance is proud to welcome Israel’s top-ranking tax firm YΞtax to the Alliance, who bring a wide understanding of both domestic and global taxation. The firm’s expertise in tax law and compliance, in the hands of its’ leading tax lawyers “under one roof”, brings a comprehensive package of professional capabilities.

With key expertise in a full range of expert fields including, but not limited to, Corporate & Personal Tax, International Tax, Indirect taxes, Customs, and Tax Litigation, the firm strives to provide personalised and fine-tailored guidance to its clients.

“We at YΞTax are very excited to join Praxity, which we know to be among the best, largest and most professional independent global associations. The involvement of seasoned tax experts – from the Praxity network and from YΞTax – will often release an auditor and his tax team from independency “conflict risk”, while able to work closely together with the expert in clients’ best interest.

The relationship with the Alliance – with 9 partners (4 women practitioners) and 14 supporting tax lawyers (7 women) divided over offices in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Be’er Sheva –is bound to benefit not only our existing clientele but also prospect clients, who will soon know that they too can enjoy the capabilities of the excellent Praxity connections in a legion of countries”.

“Yaron-Eldar, Paller, Schwartz Law Offices” (YΞtax) walk their clients through all tax planning stages, ensuring that the tax implications and required compliance are understood. The firm believes that quality consulting necessitates a surprising way of thinking. The YΞtax firm counts among its clients large public, private and international corporates, start-ups, high net-worth individuals, importers, large non-profit institutions and NGOs.

Henriette Fuchs, of Dutch origin, and the international tax partner at YΞTax in Tel Aviv, sees in Praxity the closure of a personal circle in life -

“Aligning with Praxity for me, is like coming “home”; at the start of my career, some 20 years ago, I worked at Mazars in Amsterdam – and later in Israel – for well over 10 years. It is really very exciting to see those relationships converging again”.