PMO releases Netanyahu's December pay stub

PM took home over NIS 15,000 last month from a nearly NIS 43,000 gross salary; paid over NIS 11,000 in taxes for use of armored car.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 10, 2011 18:11
PM Netanyahu's pay stubb, released by the PMO

Netanyahu's tlush pay stub salary 521. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The Prime Minister's Office on Monday release Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's pay stub for December 2010.

As revealed by the PMO's Twitter account, Netanyahu took home NIS 15,027.43 in the month of December. His gross income for the month was NIS 43,952.29.

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Aside from income tax, Netanyahu paid NIS 11,590.000 in taxes for the use of his armored Audi A8 and an additional NIS 17,986.00 in income taxes. The premier received a NIS 635.00 tax credit.

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Last week, the minimum wage in Israel was raised to NIS 4,300 per month.

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