Mexico: Mexico 2005 Tax Reform
Last Updated: 16 November 2004

Concise presentation for busy people about what really matters of the Reform and its bottom line implications.

The much talked about 2005 Mexican Tax Reform, includes provisions that will impact the operational costs of your company.

Learning about these changes will allow you to maximize benefits and avoid or reduce the costs triggered by the reform, helping you improve your bottom line and minimize your tax exposure.

We invite you to hear a clear, to the point, no-nonsense explanation of the Reform directly from our Tax Specialists.

The events are free of charge, but space is limited. Venues/Reservations:

Mexico City:
Centro de Exposiciones WTC México – Salón Mixteca (55) 54882668

Monterrey, N.L.:
Hotel Presidente Intercontinental – Salón Continental 1 (81) 8153-3900

Chihuahua, Chih.:
Casino de Chihuahua, A.C. (614)430-1724


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