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The fiscal law in Mexico, with the exception of the laws governing fiscal consolidation, has experienced significant revisions in the last few years to include elements designed to combat tax evasion.

Additionally, many important tax benefits for investment have been either eliminated or revised.

However, the tax system in Mexico continues to be very complex and requires a profound knowledge of its different elements to navigate it successfully, principally due to judicial interpretations of diverse fiscal elements and the difficulty in understanding the different mechanisms that exist to determine the taxable elements.

Our tax office offers consulting services to develop a solid fiscal strategy that complies with Mexico’s legal tax framework with the goal to help our clients add value for their shareholders and to improve the “bottom line” of their company.

Nuestra práctica incluye las siguientes áreas de servicio:

  1. Corporate taxes
  2. Transfer taxes
  3. Social Security and Benefits (Based on Social Security regulations)
  4. Legal services
  5. Fiscal planning
  6. ISLR, Active Business Taxes (IAE in Spanish), Inflation Adjustment (API in Spanish)
  7. Municipal taxes
  8. Ex-pat assistance
  9. Maintenance of legal files
  10. Labor contributions
  11. Value-Add Tax (VAT)
  12. Accounting Derivable and Value-Add
  13. MEX GAAP and US GAAP
  14. Differed taxes
  15. Business liquidation
  16. Survey


  1. Purchase, sale, participation or re-structuring of shares
  2. Debt instruments, options and stock participation
  3. Intangible assets:  brands, client lists, Intellectual Property rights and market credit for commercial and fiscal effects
  4. Regulatory Framework: Bulletin C-15, FASB 141 and 142

Transaction Advice

  1. Financial, Fiscal, Commerical and IT Due Diligence
  2. Vendor Due Diligence
  3. Integration risk assessment
  4. Contract advise – purchasing or selling of services

Financial and Operational Restructuring to:

  1. Protect the company’s liquidity for operational continuity
  2. Strengthen the financial structure through operational strategies
  3. Initiate or administrate extra-legal procedures for negotiation with accreditors (v.g.r or market competitors)
  4. Respond adequately to the market

Corporate Finances

  1. Obtain financing – debt or capital
  2. Finanical diagnostics, debt capacity and analysis of fiscal viability
  3. Fusions, acquisitions or divestments
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