Mexico’s New Economic Border Zone and Its Fiscal Implications to Companies Engaged in Cross-Border Operations

Venue:

Mexico’s New Economic Border Zone and Its Fiscal Implications to Companies Engaged in Cross-Border Operations

San Diego,  

Time:

From  2019-02-12 16:30:00  to  2019-02-12 18:30:00
Event Description
Presented by:              Mexico’s New Economic Border Zone and Its Fiscal Implications to Companies Engaged in Cross-Border Operations -USMCA Update. -New Customs Administration The Mexican Congress recently approved new fiscal laws and regulations impacting companies established in the border zones. Some of the highlights include: Doubling the minimum wage from  approximately $4.60 to $9.20 Reducing Income Tax from 30 to 20% (Maquiladoras excluded) Reducing the Value Added Tax from 16 to 8% Learn how to apply for these benefits and find out what other measures exist to take advantage of the new laws, which are now in effect. Speakers: Simon Somohano, Transfer Pricing Leader Partner, Mexico & Latin America, Deloitte   Hector Vega, Tax Partner, Deloitte  Manuel Muniz, Global Trade,  Advisory Partner Deloitte   Luis Barba, Legal -Tax Manager, Deloitte