International Tax

The making of business decisions in Mexico—such as whether to acquire assets or shares, how to establish tax basis on real estate; the most appropriate corporate vehicle for your investment; whether to export directly or through an intermediary; the contractual framework governing your relationships with related companies, customers and suppliers; and the daily operation of your business—requires a clear understanding of the associated tax consequences.

To this end, Rosen Law provides clients sound tax advice on matters such as:

  • The application of international treaties to avoid double taxation
  • Permanent establishment rules
  • Tariff codes and duties
  • Overviews of Mexican tax laws and regulations
  • Compliance issues particular to foreign companies and individuals
  • Mexican income tax law and Value Added Tax Law