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Webinar
Date:
Tuesday, April 22, 2014; 2-3 p.m. EDT
Have you taken the time to understand how these provisions affect your operations in Mexico? This one-hour webinar will educate you on these and other Mexican tax reform matters so you can take advantage of any tax-saving opportunities that may exist.

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On January 1, 2014, a tax reform package became the law of the land in Mexico.  Changes from this new law will affect all U.S. companies doing business in Mexico. Provisions include:

  • The Mexican minimum tax (commonly called IETU) has been repealed.
  • The maquiladora regime has been updated with more stringent requirements so that an entity in the program must derive almost all of its income from qualifying activities.
  • A distribution tax of 10 percent has been imposed on companies making payments to Mexican individuals and foreign residents.

Have you taken the time to understand how these provisions affect your operations in Mexico? This one-hour webinar will educate you on these and other Mexican tax reform matters so you can take advantage of any tax-saving opportunities that may exist.

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify three current developments within Mexican tax reform
  • Recognize tax-saving opportunities associated with the reform
  • Explain how the 10 percent distribution tax may affect their business

Presenters

  • Scott Sneckenberger, Global Services Partner
  • Bill Henson, International Tax Partner
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