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Israel Electric warns of phishing scam trying to steal customer details

People clicking the link in the message would be taken to a page where they would be asked for their identification number and credit card details.


More hours, less money: Garment workers hit by COVID-19 rights rollback

Under Wasid's new temporary contract, he could be fired again if he complains about one month's pay he said he is still owed from last year.


Interest rates for 83-year-old Holocaust survivor, debtor reduced

The debtor allegedly owed a total of NIS 350,000 dating back to portfolio created 2006, from debts accumulated in the 1990s.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discusses the impact of coronavirus with representatives from the

Israel's government debt at NIS 984 billion - up 20% in 2020

Covering the coronavirus crisis required raising approximately NIS 265 billion in 2020, compared to NIS 137 billion in 2019.

A HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR holds the hand of his granddaughter during the annual ‘March of the Living’ at

Israel to allocate NIS 30m. to cover electric debts for Holocaust survivors

In addition, the NII will carry out a project to ensure that all Holocaust survivors who are entitled to nursing services indeed receive their full rights according to their level of need.

Israel's tycoons renege on their bonds’ debt

Jewish lessons for addressing debt - opinion

Judaism provides a way of making the problems of the debt real by describing the polity to include not only those who happen to be alive today but those who will succeed us.


How much does Israel's deficit matter? - opinion

Deficits often bring inflation, as they did in 1984. But there is little chance of that today when demand and supply are largely in low-level balance.


Some Jewish lessons for facing the debt - opinion

Judaism, with its emphasis on intergenerational responsibility, has important insight about the grave threat of the debt.

Real estate market

NYC-based real estate firms face downgrades on Israeli bond market

Recent downgrades lead to increased interest rates, which – alongside the dollar's continued weakness against the shekel – has led to greater debt obligation.

Debt Collection Issues with Individual and Commercial Clients

Running a business is dynamic and complicated

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