Tax Consulting

Our clients can be certain that MXGA is their business ally in tax matters, as we rely on multidisciplinary teams up to date with various tax issues that ensure the proper and timely compliance with the obligations in tax matters. Our company’s primary goal is to understand your business, identify your concerns regarding the accomplishment of your objectives and, thus, be able to provide consultancy services that will allow you to improve the efficiency of your tax contributions according to the fiscal laws that are constantly modified in Mexico.


  • Consulting on mergers and divisions.
  • Corporate restructuring for tax purposes.
  • Due fiscal diligence.
  • Patrimonial tax counseling.
  • Calculation and determination of tax costs in selling stocks.
  • Counseling services for MMIEX.
  • Transfer prices studies.
  • Federal tax counseling.
  • State tax counseling.
  • Municipal tax counseling.
  • Administration trusts.
  • Automation in filing tax return declarations through dedicated software.




Recent Posts

  • Seventh Resolution of Amendments to the Miscellaneous Tax Resolution for 2014 and its Appendices 3 and 24 Last December 4, 2014, the SAT (Mexican Administrative Taxation System) website published the Seventh Resolution of Amendments to the Miscellaneous Tax Resolution for 2014 and its Appendices 3 and 24. Among the amendments published, we can highlight the […]

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  • VAT withholding on sales between foreign residents and domestic IMMEX companies Last November 18, 2014, the Third Resolution of Amendments to the 2014 Foreign Trade Rules was published in the Federal Official Gazette. We can highlight, among them, the annulment of Rule 5.2.2 Section II, which stated that foreign resident sales of merchandise imported temporarily […]

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  • Electronic Accounting Last August 6, the Tax Administration Service published in its website the Third Amending Resolution Project to the 2014 Omnibus Resolution. Such project includes amendments made to certain rules related to the obligation to keep the accounting files in magnetic means pursuant to the Federal Tax Code. An outstanding fact is the extension […]

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