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By Emilio García Vargas, Alejandro Madero Frech, Fernando Luján Cepeda, Arturo Garza Mátar
Under the General Agreement 6/2014, the Supreme Court of Justice has postponed the resolution on certain Constitutional Claims ("Amparos") concerning the 2014 tax reform.
By Humberto Morales Barrón, Daniel Maldonado Alcántara
On January 17, 2014, the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público) through its prevention of money laundering website established certain administrative breaks for the filing of notices and reports in zeros regarding companies' operations for 2013 and 2014.
By Emilio García Vargas, Arturo Garza Mátar
On July 4, 2014, the Second Restatement to the Administrative Tax Rules for 2014 (the "Rules") was published in the Federal Official Gazette.
By José Antonio Postigo Uribe, David Zavala Herrera, Jorge Javier Mendizabal Hori
On November 6, 2012, the Statute of the Public-Private Partnerships Law, which was published on November 5, 2012 in the Official Gazette, became effective.
By Ana Cristina Flores Peña
As you may be aware, the new Federal Law for the Prevention and Identification of Operations with Illegal Proceeds, also known as the Anti-Money Laundering Law (hereinafter the "Law"), entered into effect on July 17, 2013.
By Alfredo Kupfer Domínguez, David Puente-Tostado
In summary, this new criteria confirms the requirements contained in articles 123 of the Mexican Constitution, and 5th and 33 of the Federal Labor Law.
By Emilio García Vargas, Alejandro Madero Frech, Arturo Garza Mátar, Fernando Luján Cepeda
Recently, the First Federal District Judge on Administrative Matters in Mexico City, resolved a Constitutional Claim challenging Article 28, section XXX of the New Income Tax Law, as of the date it entered into force.
By Ricardo Leon-Santacruz, Alejandro Madero Frech
Article 181 of the Income Tax Law ("ITL") establishes the requirements that must be met in order to consider that taxpayers are performing maquila operations eligible for the transfer pricing safe harbor.
By José Ángel Eseverri Ahuja, Ricardo Leon-Santacruz, Abel Francisco Mejía Cosenza, Guillermo Villaseñor Tadeo
As indicated in prior communications, the Mexican tax reform that entered into force in January 1, 2014 narrowed the concept of maquiladoras for income tax purposes.
By Guillermo Villaseñor Tadeo, José Ángel Eseverri Ahuja
Desde hace algunos años ha existido un debate abierto en torno a cuál es el tratamiento en materia del Impuesto al Valor Agregado (IVA) que se debe dar a los servicios de construcción destinados a casa habitación.
By Guillermo Villaseñor Tadeo
El SAT anunció una nueva prórroga para el envío del Catálogo de Cuentas y las balanzas de comprobación de enero y febrero de 2015.
By José Ángel Eseverri Ahuja, Ricardo Leon-Santacruz, Abel Francisco Mejía Cosenza, Guillermo Villaseñor Tadeo
La información relativa al mes de marzo de 2015, deberá enviarse en la misma fecha en la que se deba presentar la declaración del IVA del mes de abril de 2015.
By José Alberto Campos Vargas, Humberto Morales Barrón, Daniel Maldonado Alcántara
On February 14, 2014, several modifications on the Rules on Sanitary Control of Products and Services and on Advertising for Health Matters were published in the Federal Official Gazette.
By David Puente-Tostado, Miguel Garza Garza
Article 74 of the Social Security Law ("SSL") establishes the obligation of employers to annually declare the work related accidents and illnesses, with the purpose of modifying the Occupational Risk Insurance Premium.
By Adriana Ibarra-Vazquez
All businesses that make use of data messages whether individuals or entities, (information, sent, received, filed or generated by electronic, optic or of any another media technology) are required to conserve the data messages that reflect contracts, agreements and/or commitments that give birth to rights and obligations, including those entered through web pages or e-mails. The record retention obligation extends for a 10-year term.
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