New U.S.-Mexico Cross Border Corporate Tax Challenges
Planning and Compliance Strategies After the Latest Mexican Tax Reforms
Recording of a 100-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This seminar will update U.S. corporate tax professionals with the latest developments in U.S.-Mexico cross-border tax compliance. The panel will provide the tools to ensure accurate compliance and minimize tax liability through effective planning.
- Transfer pricing issues in Mexico
- Increase in audit activity
- New disclosure requirements in annual tax report, progress of discussions
- Recent cross-border tax planning developments and opportunities
- Changes in the Mexican withholding system
- IETU and eligibility for U.S. foreign tax credit
- Repatriation decree
- Mexican treaty network update
- Issues for maquiladoras and U.S. manufacturers
- Supply chain restructuring strategies
- Advantages of setting up a maquiladora operation
- Tax incentives
- Mexican inbound considerations and opportunities for multijurisdictional manufacturers and sales structures
- OECD working documents
- Document on restructuring
- Document on attribution of profits
This panel will discuss tax laws and accounting strategies on new laws and emerging developments including:
- The new flat tax: What goes into the tax base, and how can business taxpayers qualify for credits?
- The new tax on cash deposits: What it applies to, and how to obtain credits and offsets.
- The 2007 tax reform law: Key changes in the corporate income tax law and preferential tax regimes (REFIPRE).
- The 2007 maquiladora reorganization: Income and value-added tax implications.
Procopio Cory Hargreaves and Savitch
He specializes in international tax planning, with a focus on business and transactions between the U.S. and Mexico.... | Read More
He specializes in international tax planning, with a focus on business and transactions between the U.S. and Mexico. Previously, he served as a tax counsel for the Mexican government. He is a past chair of the International Committee of the Taxation Section of the State Bar of California.Close
He has over 14 years of experience in U.S.-Mexico tax issues, with a specialty in the international planning aspects of... | Read More
He has over 14 years of experience in U.S.-Mexico tax issues, with a specialty in the international planning aspects of transfer pricing. His clients include Fortune 500 companies and several maquiladoras. He speaks and writes frequently on Mexican tax developments.Close
Luis C. Carbajo
Baker & McKenzie
He has practiced tax law in Mexico for over 20 years. He specializes in cross-border tax planning, VAT and indirect... | Read More
He has practiced tax law in Mexico for over 20 years. He specializes in cross-border tax planning, VAT and indirect taxes, and state and local tax.Close
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