The article, published at PRLog, highlights Adv. Doron Levy’s views on the potential consequences of a decrease in tax incomes in Israel. Adv. Levy emphasizes that a decline in tax revenues could reduce government spending, which may impact public services, social welfare programs, and investments in the country’s economy.
Levy worried that tax collection would fall short and damage Israel’s economy: “It is essential to address these issues to ensure a sustainable and robust revenue framework for the state”.