Likud’s answer: Yes, and raise taxes on all income bracketsThe rich will be paying higher income taxes as of this year. Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz (Likud) signed the new tax regulations in recent days, which levy a 2% surtax on incomes of NIS 800,000 a year. This sum includes taxable income from any source - not just salary - including capital gains, dividends, interest, rents, etc. Steinitz had to sign the new withholding rules, so that now any employee with a monthly salary of over NIS 67,630 will pay the extra 2% starting January 2013. The treasury expects the tax hike to bring in NIS 600 million a year in higher tax revenues.Source
Yesh Atid [political party]’s political stances on taxes
Shas [political party]’s answer: Yes, and raise taxes on all income bracketsThe ultra-orthodox Shas party will seek to pass a “rich tax” on the wealthiest Israelis to help fund increased welfare programs for the country’s poorest, the party’s leader Aryeh Deri said this...Source
Hadash’s answer: Yes16. Raising the top income tax bracket from 45% to 50%, and thus add 3 billion NIS more to the state revenue.
17. The introduction of "rich tax" on those whose income is over a million dollars a year, so that on income in excess of the amount of the top income tax bracket one would pay 55%, which will add 1 billion NIS more to the state revenues.Source