Tax

Our Firm has a multidisciplinary tax practice which allows us to provide targeted tax advice to companies in transactions within our diverse practice areas. We actively participate in structuring and implementing projects seeking tax efficient solutions within the confines of regulatory compliance and in line with recent Mexican court precedents.

In addition to tax consulting and structuring, our capabilities are such that we can assist national and international clients in tax due diligence in the context of mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing analysis, review of tax implications on financial models, as well as in audit procedures, controversy and litigation.

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April 08, 2020

Tax

Newsflash - COVID-19 Tax – Force majeure

Amid the health crisis brought by COVID-19, it is of outmost importance for Mexican taxpayers to understand the applicability of the relevant force majeure tax provisions.  For such purposes, please bear in mind that on March 30, 2020, the Mexican National Health Council published a decree in...

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March 29, 2020

Tax

Newsflash - COVID-19 Tax Considerations (in the absence of tax incentives)

It is a reality the negative economic impact that companies and individuals around the world are facing as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, the Mexican Government has decided not to grant any fiscal or tax incentives in connection with federal taxes, such as income tax, VAT or...

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December 16, 2019

Tax

Newsflash - 2020 Tax Reform: key takeaways

Income Tax Law:Tax Transparency: In general terms, the reform eliminates tax transparency for foreign entities and vehicles, which will now calculate and pay their taxes as legal entities, in terms of the applicable sections of the Mexican Income Tax Law (MITL). Additionally, such entities or...

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October 09, 2019

Tax

Newsflash: Amendment proposal to restrict interest deductibility in Mexico

The 2020 Economic Plan proposes to introduce subsection XXXII to article 28 of the Mexican Income Tax Law (MITL), with the purpose of limiting the deductibility of net interest paid by companies in a given fiscal year, to the amount that results from multiplying the net adjusted profit by 30%. In...

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