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Mexico Tax Summary
Personal Income Tax (PIT)
Mexico has a progressive PIT system, with rates ranging from 1.92% to 35%. Residents are taxed on their worldwide income, while non-residents are only taxed on Mexican-source income.
Taxable income includes salary, wages, bonuses, commissions, and other forms of compensation. It also includes income from self-employment, investments, and rentals.
Deductions and exemptions
There are a number of deductions and exemptions available to taxpayers, such as deductions for social security contributions, medical expenses, and charitable donations.
The following table shows the PIT rates in Mexico for 2023:
|Taxable Income (MXN)||Basic Tax (MXN)||Tax on Excess (%)|
|0.01 – 8,952.49||0||1.92|
|8,952.50 – 75,984.55||171.88||6.40|
|75,984.56 – 133,536.07||4,461.94||10.88|
|133,536.08 – 155,229.80||10,723.55||16.00|
|155,229.81 – 185,852.57||14,194.54||17.92|
|185,852.58 – 374,837.88||19,682.13||21.36|
|374,837.89 – 590,795.99||60,049.40||23.52|
|590,796.00 – 1,127,926.84||110,842.74||30.00|
|1,127,926.85 – 1,503,902.46||271,981.99||32.00|
|1,503,902.47 – 4,511,707.37||392,294.17||34.00|
|4,511,707.38 and above||1,414,947.85||35.00|
Taxpayers are required to file a tax return each year. The tax year runs from January 1 to December 31. Tax returns are due on April 30 of the following year.
Corporate Income Tax (CIT)
The CIT rate in Mexico is 30%.
Taxable income includes all profits from business activities.
Deductions and exemptions
There are a number of deductions and exemptions available to taxpayers, such as deductions for business expenses, depreciation, and charitable donations.
The CIT rate in Mexico is 30% for all businesses.
Corporations are required to file a tax return each year. The tax year runs from January 1 to December 31. Tax returns are due on March 31 of the following year.
In addition to PIT and CIT, there are a number of other taxes in Mexico, such as value-added tax (VAT), excise taxes, and payroll taxes.
VAT is a consumption tax that is applied to most goods and services sold in Mexico. The standard VAT rate is 16%.
Excise taxes are applied to specific goods, such as tobacco, alcohol, and gasoline. The rates of excise tax vary depending on the good.
Payroll taxes are paid by employers and employees to fund social security programs. The employer payroll tax rate is 7.58%, and the employee payroll tax rate is 1-3%.
The Mexican tax system is complex, but it is important for taxpayers to understand their obligations. If you have any questions about the Mexican tax system, you should consult with a qualified tax advisor.