How much you can earn and still receive a 65% rate pension


​Final calculation of pension amount updated to July 01, 2020

Income from work (NIS)Pension reduction (NIS)IndividualIndividual+ childIndividual+ 2 children or moreIndividual+ spouse*Individual+ spouse*+ childIndividual+ spouse*+ 2 children or more
Up to  2,21502,0272,6473,2672,8023,4224,042
2,216-9,00502,0272,9813,9353,2194,1735,127
9,5001991,8282,7823,7363,0203,9744,928
10,0004361,5912,5453,4992,7833,7374,691
10,5007361,2912,2453,1992,4833,4374,391
11,0001,0369911,9452,8992,1833,1374,091
11,5001,3366911,6452,5991,8832,8373,791
12,0001,6363911,3452,2991,5832,5373,491
12,5001,93601,0451,9991,2832,2373,191
13,0002,23607451,6999831,9372,891
13,5002,53604451,3996831,6372,591
14,0002,836001,0993831,3372,291
14,5003,1360079901,0371,991
15,0003,4360049907371,691
15,5003,73600004371,391
16,0004,036000001,091
16,5004,33600000791
17,0004,63600000491
17,5004,936000000

* The increment for a spouse is paid provided that the spouse's incomes amount up to NIS 6,014 (as of Jan 01, 2020). A pension recipient who is a household wife will not be entitled to the increment for a spouse.

For your information, if you earn NIS 2,216 (as of Jan 01, 2020) and above - you will be paid a higher increment for spouse and children.