Who we are
The largest US accounting firm in Israel. Founded 35 years ago in a roving Peugeot hatchback while serving US expatriates in the Israeli Negev desert.
Read on to see how the ingenuity and close personalized service has been the core of our stability. At Philip Stein & Associates Ltd., you will get to know your personal CPA who will represent your best interests.
Our main pride is our duality. We utilize our warm and veteran relationships with the leading Israeli law and accounting firms to connect our many hi-tech entrepreneurs with investors and top service professionals in Israel, the US and Europe. In addition we serve individual clients with all of their tax compliance needs.
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Tune in to this week’s podcast interviewing Vic Boaron – head of business development at TabTale- The Israeli start up that acquired Serbian games development studio. Learn about your kids mobile playing habits and the new technology that creates game apps for kids all over the world.
One year ago today, my late father fell and broke his hip. That fall ultimately led to his demise 3 months later at the age of 90 1/2. My father was born in the “Roaring Twenties” and grew up during the Great Depression. His generation in general and his friends in particular were very different than their European parents who were basically trying to just survive. He was of a generation that heavily identified as being Jewish but enjoyed the best of what America had to offer at the time. He and his friends embraced the music of the “swing era”, became aficionados of American sports, learned how to “shoot craps” (play dice), bet on horse races, and basically put no small energy into fun – in between going off to fight a war.
Many people of this era received nicknames from their friends and my father’s moniker was Angel because, despite the rough and tumble friends he associated with, he always spoke gently, never engaged in gossip, was always polite and never got into a fight. He carried those “angelic” qualities with him throughout his entire life. In short, he was a quiet man, who led a simple life and was a great source of enjoyment to his family and friends. He was called Angel until his final days.
This week we will sit down with our families at our seders and we will remember events that took place 3500 years ago; we will drink 4 cups of wine, and generally enjoy ourselves. Life goes on, as they say, but I feel this year I will take a moment at my seder to remember an Angel that fell to the ground a year ago. He will not be at our seder table this year, as many family and friends who have passed away this year will be missed at their family’s seders. This year I plan to mention my Dad and other relatives who are no longer with us, and I encourage others to do the same. None of us would be where we are today without our parents and grandparents, and I think it appropriate to remember them on this special night. Perhaps my father now has real wings and is soaring around having a good time with his friends, I certainly hope so.
Tune in to this weeks podcast interviewing Stacey Gordon, Co-Founder of ElderOptions Israel- Israel’s first organized Geriatric Care Management company. We will discuss how to better take care of our elders situated in Israel and the US, when kids should get involved in intervening in their parents daily need and what should people be looking for when hiring a care- giver.
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