Income support


As of January 2017, the amount of income from work that a single parent may earn and still be entitled to an income supplement has increased.

Updated income amounts entitling to an income supplement (full or partial), to those under the age of 55:
  • Single parent with one child - may have earnings from work up to the gross amount of NIS 7,422 (as of Jan 01, 2022).
  • Single parent with two children - may have earnings from work up to the gross amount of NIS 8,249 (as of Jan 01, 2022).
Updated income amounts entitling to an income supplement (full or partial), to those over the age of 55:
  • Single parent with one child - may have earnings from work up to the gross amount of NIS 8,972 (as of Jan 01, 2022).
  • Single parent with two children - may have earnings from work up to the gross amount of NIS 10,475 (as of Jan 01, 2022).
Please note: the calculation is different if you have additional sources of income.

Would you like to know how much you are able to earn and still receive a supplement?

Go to the income support calculator (Hebrew), and you'll be able to check how your income from work and other sources impact the benefit sum to which you are entitled.