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Mexico's Tax Reform Proposal: What Ripple Effects May Reach Across the Border?

Dbriefs Webcast | International Tax

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October 2, 2013 2:00 PM

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October 2, 2013 3:00 PM

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(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

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Host: Ed Gonazalez, Director - Deloitte Tax LLP
1 Intermediate CPE Credit: Taxes

On September 8, Mexico's president issued an FY2014 tax reform proposal. With provisions likely to impact U.S. companies conducting business in Mexico, what should you consider before the tax proposal becomes law later this year? We'll discuss:

  • Provisions likely to impact U.S. companies, including elimination of the flat tax regime and Mexican tax consolidation regime, value-added tax changes, new maquiladora regime requirements, and deductibility requirements for certain payments.
  • Implications for U.S. companies, including a new 10-percent corporate tax on Mexican dividend payments to U.S. companies and potential implementation of OECD guidance on base erosion and profit shifting.
  • Addressing potential risks, effective tax rate impact, planning, and opportunities – actions U.S. companies can take now.

Explore Mexico's latest tax reforms and how to prepare for them.

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