Income test for a person who has income from work as well as from sources other than work


as of Jan 01, 2021

For a person who has no spouse (single), or has a spouse who does not meet the definition of spouse under the Old-Age Insurance Law:

  • If your monthly income from work less than NIS 6,014 , and your monthly income from sources other than work (such as from rent or from interest on investments) is less than NIS 12,028 you may be entitled to a full old-age pension. 
  • If your monthly income exceeds above amounts, you may be entitled to a partial pension or not be entitled to a pension at all, according to your level of income.

For a person who has a spouse who meets the definition of spouse under the Old-Age Insurance Law:

  • If your monthly income from work is less than NIS 8,019 , and your monthly income from sources other than work (such as from rent or from interest on investments) is less than NIS 16,038 you may be entitled to a full old-age pension. 
  • If your monthly income exceeds above amounts, you may be entitled to a partial pension or not be entitled to a pension at all, according to your level of income.
For your information,
you can check your entitlement to an old-age pension based on your family composition and income by means of this simulator (Hebrew).