Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Helping Israeli charedim work

Haaretz:

The Knesset's Law, Constitution and Justice Committee yesterday approved a draft law that would allow a person without a high school matriculation certificate to become an accredited tax consultant if he or she has 12 years of schooling and has passed two exams given by the tax consultants' licensing organization.
The Knesset plenum is expected to pass the bill in second and third readings next week before the pre-election recess.
The bill was introduced by MK Moshe Gafni (United Torah Judaism). One aim of the bill is to allow yeshiva students as well as graduates of the Beit Ya'akov women's seminary network to become tax consultants....
posted by Yeshiva Orthodoxy
at 2:12 PM

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who pays Taxes in Israel?

2:22 PM  

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