Ever-changing regulations and continual reforms in the Mexican markets can cause even the most successful multinationals to be blindsided by local tax implications when launching new operations or changing an existing business structure. Repercussions can paralyze your local operation and diminish your profit margin across all of your operations.
Only Practical Mexican Tax Strategies helps you anticipate tax and regulatory changes in Mexico and plan a proactive strategy to minimize your local tax burden. As a Strategies subscriber, you'll gain access to an unrivaled network of peers at major corporations, law and accounting firms, people like you who are solving complex regional tax and regulatory problems every day. You'll discover strategies, innovative solutions, and best practices you won't find elsewhere, designed to help you best maximize ROI for your Mexican operations.
Every bi-monthly issue brings you practical, easy-to-read advice on how to:
- Take advantage of treaties and holding companies to structure tax efficient investments.
- Maximize tax savings through alternative financing structures.
- Use effective funds flow strategies when making cross-border payments.
- Minimize transfer tax liability.
- Steer clear of VAT pitfalls in contract manufacturing.
Each issue is packed with insight from leading practitioners who have hands-on experience with the daily challenges you’re facing.
Recent articles include:
Mexico’s Flat Tax and How It Impacts Acquisition
By Ricardo Rendón and Ericka González (Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa Y CIA., S.C.)
Navigating Mexico’s Thin Cap and Related Foreign Party Finance Rules
By Fred J. Barrett (PricewaterhouseCoopers Mexico)
Defending Against Tax Assessments
By Jaime González-Béndiksen (Baker McKenzie Abogados, S.C.)
Seeking Relief from Transfer Pricing Allocations Initiated by Mexico
By Esteban G. Dalehite, PHD (Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton, L.L.P.)
Practical Aspects of Tax Refunds
By Miriam Name (Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton, L.L.P.)
Calculating Corporate Estimated Income Tax Payments in Mexico
By Steve Axler and Dinorah Gonzalez (Halliburton)