Open discussion - recommended conversion companies
Discussion about converting dollars and converting companies recommended
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- In short, horizons are not much more expensive than ClearShift but are more cumbersome. Their conversion rate is the transfer rate which is of course above the representative rate (to remind you clarity shift employees will convert + 0.5% of the total amount), I asked them a sample transfer that they made about 10 minutes ago and compared to the representative rate, it turned out that the difference is 1.83 $ 100,000 will pay NIS 1830 + a transfer fee of around $ 40, which is nearly NIS 2000. In ClearShift you will pay about NIS 1790 for the same transfer amount, ie 200 NIS less. But the bigger problem is that they require before the transfer that you bring a tax withholding tax for the transfer of large sums that cost you half a day off in the tax authorities. ClearShift works in conjunction with the tax authority and does not require it from you. Hope the information helps you make a decision.
- As a result, I will continue to work with ClearShip
- By the way, I checked with horizons about conversion and transfer, more expensive than ClearShift. Anyone who wants details can contact me in private, unless Lior doesn't mind sharing the information ...
- The advantage is in transferring in Kobersi that you do not need an income tax certificate.
- interesting. Then they leave the shekel converted in Israel and transfer US dollars in parallel. They need to work with serious foreign exchange reserves
- Yes. Google will do them. There is quite a bit of information.
- I made a transfer through them after being cut off from the IRS and going there more than once for every transfer.
- ClearShift - Currency Exchange Online
- What about toprate? Anyone hear or know?
- Has anyone tried Interactive Brokers?
- Ofakim does not say that after a transfer to an account in the sand, there is another $ 30 that the customer pays a transfer fee from their bank in Israel to the bank of the US customer
- So what is the conclusion from the discussion? Who is the best and most recommended company?
- No longer need tax clearance in the income