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Mexico: State and local tax, increases for 2016

State and local tax changes in Mexico

Mexican states in 2016 are expected to focus their efforts on increasing their tax revenue stream—either through the imposition of new taxes or by means of increases to the rates of existing taxes.


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Taxpayers conducting business in Mexico need to consider what effects that possible changes to taxation at the local level could have for their business decisions.


Read a February 2016 report (Spanish) [PDF 726 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Mexico that describes tax reform in the various Mexican states: Contribuciones estatales 2016 

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