Published On: Thu, Dec 22nd, 2016

Mexican property taxes you or your foreign clients must pay

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IF YOU OR YOUR FOREIGN CLIENTS OWN RENTAL PROPERTY ANYWHERE IN MEXICO
THESE MEXICAN TAXES MUST BE PAID
  • Mexico Income Taxes
  • Mexico Value Added Taxes – IVA (16%)*
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  • Many nonresidents of Mexico have never paid any taxes on their rental income from properties they own in Mexico.  This is against Mexican tax law.  The Mexico tax code clearly states that these Mexican taxes must be paid on rental income from apartments, houses, and commercial property. Failure to do so can result (and has resulted ) in substantial penalties and legal problems with the Mexican tax authorities.
            It is now easy to pay these taxes and avoid problems  even if you or your foreign non-resident clients do not have a Mexican tax identification number (RFC).   The Settlement Company® has developed a simple and easy procedure which will allow you to be tax compliant on rental income. You do not have to suffer the consequences of failing to pay. Email us now to learn more and to get started. rentaltaxmexico@settlement-co. com
the settlement company®
(serving the Mexico real estate community since 1991)
Mañana is not  your best answer. Email us today so we can help you get started.
Visit our website for more information and to learn  the rules at: www.RentalTaxMexico.com
Note: We work with all property managers. the settlement company®  does not manage any properties.
The Good News:  The IVA you pay in Mexico is deductible on your US tax return and the income taxes you pay in Mexico can offset your US  taxes on the same income dollar for dollar.  You will not be double taxes.
*IVA is paid by tenant but collected and declared by owner.  Applies to furnished residential properties only.
THE SETTLEMENT COMPANY®

 

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