Commentary

6.2 Double tax relief

Mexico
Mexico | Commentary

6.2 Double tax relief

Mexico | Commentary

6.2     Double tax relief

Unilateral foreign tax credit relief up to the amount of corresponding Mexican tax is available by claim through a tax return. There is no payroll implication for this relief.

A non-resident, may need to consider a tax treaty if they stay for 183 days or less in Mexico and have earned income which is not paid by nor borne by a permanent establishment in Mexico. Double treaty relief may apply to exempt the income earned in Mexico from domestic income tax.

However domestic policy implements this position for all non residents working in Mexico who

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