New Mexican Tax Reform: Cross Border Tax Ramifications
Planning and Compliance Strategies for Consolidated Group Recapture Items and Rate Increases
Recording of a 110-minute CPE/CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will update U.S. corporate tax professionals on the meaningful aspects of the latest Mexican tax reform legislation. The panel will provide the tools to ensure accurate compliance and minimize tax liability through effective planning.
- Terms of 2009 Mexican tax reform legislation
- Corporate income tax rate increase in 2010-2012, followed by rollback
- Increase and rollback in highest marginal individual income tax rates
- Repeal of R&D tax credit as of 2010
- Increase in tax rate on cash deposits
- Expansion of excise tax base to cover certain telecom charges
- Recapture of certain corporate consolidated group items after five-year period
- Ongoing tax issues for multi-national corporations
- IETU and eligibility for U.S. foreign tax credit
- Issues for maquiladoras and U.S. manufacturers
- Transfer pricing issues in Mexico
- Tax planning issues to consider as a result of latest tax reform
The panel will discuss possible alternatives in response to key aspects of the Mexican tax reform including:
- Recapture of consolidated group items: What adjustments will be necessary in your tax planning?
- Increased corporate tax rate: How much will your company's total tax obligation increase until the rate hike is scaled back?
- Repeal of the research credit: What other incentives remain for your company's qualifying research?
- Rate or base increases in marginal individual, cash deposit and telecom taxes: Will these changes affect your company?
She works with international clients on U.S. corporate tax matters, international acquisitions and reorganizations,... | Read More
She works with international clients on U.S. corporate tax matters, international acquisitions and reorganizations, structures of inbound and outbound transactions, tax advantaged treaty-based structures, international transportation, expatriation and withholding issues. She is also knowledgeable in the tax structures of Mexico and other Latin American countries.Close
Thompson & Knight
He focuses on international tax matters related to business expansions and M&A. He represents foreign investors... | Read More
He focuses on international tax matters related to business expansions and M&A. He represents foreign investors doing business in Mexico and Latin American multi-national companies.Close
Partner, International Tax Services, Mexican Desk
He has more than 20 years of experience in consulting with and tax planning for companies in Mexico and abroad. He now... | Read More
He has more than 20 years of experience in consulting with and tax planning for companies in Mexico and abroad. He now is involved with U.S., European and Latin American clients in evaluating tax consequences of Mexican business investments.Close
Mario Alberto Gutierrez
Manager, International Tax Services, Mexican Desk
He joined the firm in 2005 and since has participated in diverse projects for U.S. and European clients, including... | Read More
He joined the firm in 2005 and since has participated in diverse projects for U.S. and European clients, including evaluation of investment opportunities in Mexico.Close