Harel specializes in advising clients across the entire spectrum of tax issues, including international taxation, as well as corporate tax, transfer prices, taxation of individuals, real-estate tax and indirect taxes.
Harel drafts pre-ruling applications to the tax authorities, conducts negotiations with tax authorities, obtains all requisite approvals for complex transactions, conducts tax assessment meetings with the tax authorities, handles tax litigation cases, assists clients during voluntary disclosure proceedings, advises clients in the interpretation and implementation of bilateral and multilateral tax treaties to prevent double taxation.
Harel is the Israeli author and correspondent of the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD).
Harel is a member of the Israel Bar Association’s tax committee.
Before joining Barnea, Harel worked in the tax departments of leading law firms and worked as a teaching assistant at Bar-Ilan University for BA and MA courses in real-estate taxation..
Bar Ilan University (LL.B), Economics minor, 2009
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2010
News and updates - Harel Perlmutter:
G7 Countries to Impose Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate
Last weekend, the leaders of the G7 countries signed an agreement to impose a uniform global corporate tax rate of 15%.
Harel Perlmutter, partner and head of our Tax Department, was interviewed by Calcalist about the decision and its impact on Israel.
Five-Session Workshop with Unit 669 Alumni
Together with the Black Cat Family, an organization for the alumni of the IDF’s combat search and rescue extraction unit, we launched a five-session workshop to provide basic legal tools for entrepreneurs. As part of the sessions, Daniel Lorber lectured on founders’ agreements, Netta Bromberg lectured on the employee hiring process, and Harel Perlmutter lectured on how to build the right tax structure.
Will Raising the US Corporate Tax Rate Affect Israeli Companies?
The planned corporate tax rate hike in the United States has Israeli investors worried about further developments and the impact on Israeli companies. As an expert in the taxation field, Harel Perlmutter was interviewed by Bizportal on the issue and its implications.