Sharing a border and business
Mexico is the United States’ biggest trading partner, and its close proximity makes it a go-to market for companies looking to expand outside the United States. With more than 150 clients with operations in the country, our Mexico desk professionals work with companies to navigate our third-largest trading partner’s tax, regulatory and cultural nuances.
As 2017 begins, and a new Congress and president are sworn in, a comprehensive tax overhaul appears to be near the top of the legislative agenda. Key to the House GOP’s tax proposal is a move towards a destination-based tax, where income from goods and services are taxed based on where they are consumed, as opposed to where they are produced.
Mexico issues provisions protecting US companies with shelter maquiladora contracts from permanent establishment taxation.
RSM commentary on expatriate issues within the energy industry; a report from the Worldwide ERC conference in Houston
U.S. companies doing business in Canada or Mexico should understand current compliance and reporting requirements to manage their businesses.
It’s no surprise that auto suppliers currently have a generally positive outlook. But there are risks which may require attention.
Investors will see top-tier data including a policy rate decision and new information on the housing sector, inflation and retail sales.
A summary of key changes from the 2016 Mexican Tax Reform Act for US companies and individuals with business interests in Mexico.
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