Dmei Habra

 

 

  • Demi Habra has not changed in 2015 and the amount of 378 NIS per day is still valid for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 425 NIS per day starting June 1, 2015 for the individuals employed in the public sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 378 NIS per day starting July 1, 2014 for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 374 NIS per day starting July 1, 2013 for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 423 NIS per day starting July 1, 2013 for the individuals employed in the public sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 371 NIS per day starting July 1, 2012 for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 420 NIS per day starting July 1, 2012 for the individuals employed in the public sector in Israel
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 365 NIS per day starting July 1, 2011 for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 411 NIS per day starting July 1, 2011 for the individuals employed in the public sector in Israel
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 351 NIS per day starting July 1, 2010 for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 395 NIS per day starting June 1, 2010 for the individuals employed in the public sector in Israel
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 340 NIS per day starting July 1, 2009 for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 383 NIS per day starting June 1, 2009 for the individuals employed in the public sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 331 NIS per day starting July 1, 2008 ( instead of 318 in 2007) for the individuals employed in the private sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra has been changed to 372 NIS per day starting June 1, 2008 (instead of 355 in 2007) for the individuals employed in the public sector in Israel.
  • Dmei Habra is the Hebrew tax terminology for “recreational allowance” to which an Israeli employee is entitled to according to his/her years of service as follows:

 

Years of service

Number of days

First year

5

2nd and 3rd year

6

4th to 10th year

7

11th to 15th year

8

16th to 19th year

9

20th year and above

10