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National Insurance Institute

P. Corporate, National Insurance Institute

Companies and corporations that employ workers maintain interfaces with the National Insurance Institute through various channels, as required by law. The primary interfaces are reports and the payment of insurance premiums, involving significant sums of money.

Dealing with the National Insurance Institute (NII) can be complex, necessitating expertise in the field of national insurance to protect employers’ and employees’ rights and to ensure proper payment planning.

 

Amos E. Rosenzweig possesses extensive experience as a legal advisor for financial institutions, public companies, and government organizations, including serving as the legal advisor of the NII for many years. With his unique knowledge and understanding, Amos assists clients in navigating the extensive bureaucracy of the NII. Amos boasts rich experience in advising management teams, boards of directors, and senior officers in complex corporate procedures. He leads corporations in building robust legal systems, examining legal risks, handling regulatory applications, and implementing comprehensive compliance programs.

 

We provide a series of services for HR managers, CFOs, accountants, and board members, pertaining to the examination of interfaces with the NII. Our services include reducing expenses by obtaining refunds; minimizing assessments and fines; and preparing for investigations, inquiries, and assessments. We offer expertise in the following areas:

  • Reimbursement requirements for excess payments to the NII.
  • Audits of deductions and their consequences.
  • Obligations to report and deduct from employee wages and paid benefits.
  • Responding to social security investigations.
  • Handling workers’ rights in cases of relocation, illness, childbirth, and unemployment.
  • Deductions from special payments (e.g., non-competition clauses).
  • Employment of foreign workers.

Insights & News - National Insurance Institute:


January 2, 2024

Reserve Benefits for Serving in a “Kitat Konenut”

December 4, 2023

Making Aliyah or Returning to Israel – Maariv Interview with Liat Keisary and Amos E. Rosenzweig

November 23, 2023

Barnea: Webinar on Taxes and National Insurance

National Insurance Institute

Companies and corporations that employ workers maintain interfaces with the National Insurance Institute through various channels, as required by law. The primary interfaces are reports and the payment of insurance premiums, involving significant sums of money.

Dealing with the National Insurance Institute (NII) can be complex, necessitating expertise in the field of national insurance to protect employers’ and employees’ rights and to ensure proper payment planning.

 

Amos E. Rosenzweig possesses extensive experience as a legal advisor for financial institutions, public companies, and government organizations, including serving as the legal advisor of the NII for many years. With his unique knowledge and understanding, Amos assists clients in navigating the extensive bureaucracy of the NII. Amos boasts rich experience in advising management teams, boards of directors, and senior officers in complex corporate procedures. He leads corporations in building robust legal systems, examining legal risks, handling regulatory applications, and implementing comprehensive compliance programs.

 

We provide a series of services for HR managers, CFOs, accountants, and board members, pertaining to the examination of interfaces with the NII. Our services include reducing expenses by obtaining refunds; minimizing assessments and fines; and preparing for investigations, inquiries, and assessments. We offer expertise in the following areas:

  • Reimbursement requirements for excess payments to the NII.
  • Audits of deductions and their consequences.
  • Obligations to report and deduct from employee wages and paid benefits.
  • Responding to social security investigations.
  • Handling workers’ rights in cases of relocation, illness, childbirth, and unemployment.
  • Deductions from special payments (e.g., non-competition clauses).
  • Employment of foreign workers.

Insights & News:


January 2, 2024

Reserve Benefits for Serving in a “Kitat Konenut”

December 4, 2023

Making Aliyah or Returning to Israel – Maariv Interview with Liat Keisary and Amos E. Rosenzweig

November 23, 2023

Barnea: Webinar on Taxes and National Insurance

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