Transfer Pricing

As with every country, international operations in a globalized world are commonplace. Mexico seeks to collect the taxes that correspond to the operations in the country and to avoid any profit shifting to other fiscal regimes.

This is why the fiscal regulation oversees that the stablished prices between related parties abroad are done under the arm’s length standard and is the taxpayers duty to prove that any returns undergone with related parties are done according to amounts or prices that would’ve been agreed by independent parties on comparable transactions.

Mexico as a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Adopted transfer pricing rules and made them part of the income tax law, also including domestic operations to promote that these are done under arm’s length standard.

Our transfer pricing department allows Kim Quezada® to cover our clients’ needs in this matter, offering the following services:

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