Monthly Archives: December 2012

Fideicomisos and FATCA: US – Mexico Agreement on FATCA Reporting Requirements

Tax Planning Time ! Yucalandia reader “Pedro” offered a very helpful reference/comment in our FBAR’s and Fideicomisos: To File or Not to File, That is the Question article. Up to this point, the FATCA reporting requirements for US citizens owning … Continue reading

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IRS Reporting Requirements for Mexico: Fideicomisos / Mexican Land trusts

Tax Planning Time ! Yucalandia reader “John” offered a very helpful comment in our FBAR’s and Fideicomisos: To File or Not to File, That is the Question article. ================================================================== 2013 UPDATE on Fideicomisos New Developments in International Taxation: Possible Fideicomiso … Continue reading

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Recent Updates to Yucalandia

In an effort help our readers find things, we have several small announcements. I finally figured out how to add a table of the Titles of major section at the beginning of long articles. By adding a table of the … Continue reading

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2012 INM Office Closure Holiday Schedule ???

Word on the web is that like other Gob. Offices: INM offices will be closing early for Christmas/New Years holidays. One rumor speculates that they may close mid-week next week for the holidays, re-opening Jan. 8, 2013. I spoke with … Continue reading

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New Documentation Rules for Bringing Children into Mexico

There are new rules for the letter giving permission to bring a child into Mexico without both parents. “Entering Mexico with Children Both the US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) and the Canadian government advise bringing a notarized letter from … Continue reading

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Mexico’s New Labor Law Approved

Nov. 4, 2015 Updates: The very talented & highly-reliable Chapala lawyer, Lic. Spencer McMullen notes that:   “Domestic workers are an exemption in the law, for them IMSS is not mandatory.”    and   “The law doesn’t distinguish between part time … Continue reading

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