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Mexico VAT coronavirus measures

The Mexican Tax Administration is to offer speedy Value Added Tax credit repayments to assist businesses during the COVID-19 crisis....Continued

Mexico COVID-19 VAT cut to 10% proposal

The Mexican senate is to consider a bill to reduce the Value Added Tax rate from 16% to 10% for six months untill the end of 2020. The measure is in recognition of the financial difficulties businesse...Continued

Mexico updates VAT on foreign e-services providers

Mexico is to impose Value Added Tax collection obligations on non-resident providers of digital or electronic service providers to consumers. This includes downloads or streaming media, app’s, e-books...Continued

Mexico foreign e-services VAT register June 2020

Mexico has advised non-resident providers of electronic or digital services to Mexican consumers that they must register for VAT by 1 July 2020. This is one month after VAT is introduced on foreign-so...Continued

Mexico VAT payers ‘blacklist’

Mexico has issued its latest VAT payers ‘blacklist’. This lists all businesses that its suspects of VAT fraud. It is a requirement for other businesses to ensure their suppliers and businesses are not...Continued