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Harel Perlmutter
Adv. Harel Perlmutter

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv

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Harel Perlmutter

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:

July 14, 2019

Barnea represented Bridgepoint in the acquisition of Qualitest

Our firm represented the private equity group Bridgepoint in the acquisition of control in the Israeli software testing company Qualitest from Marlin Equity Partners.

April 23, 2019

Bar Refaeli to Pay Taxes on Millions Earned Abroad

Following the ruling that Bar Refaeli must pay NIS 16 million in income tax, Adv. Harel Perlmutter, the head of our tax team, was interviewed by a popular radio program on 103FM.

The Central District Court in Lod rejected yesterday the supermodel's appeal, which was filed following an Israel Tax Authority order that she pay taxes in Israel on millions of dollars in income earned abroad.
Refaeli claimed that during the relevant years she spent only six months in Israel, and as a foreign resident, she did not owe any money to the tax authorities.

Harel Perlmutter explained the definition of a country of residence, as the trial revolved around the question of whether Refaeli was domiciled in Israel in 2009 and 2010. He also clarified the difference between the civil case and pending criminal charges.

April 16, 2019

Israel and Australia Signed a Double Tax Treaty

A double taxation treaty was signed between Israel and Australia in the end of March 2019, after years of prolonged negotiations, expectations, and wonder about the obstacles.

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