Personal Tax in Mexico

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Tax Base For Residents and Non-Residents
Residents must pay taxes for their worldwide income, non-residents must pay only for income earned from Mexican sources.

Tax Rate

Rate imposed on an individual's income Vary from 3% to 28% according to the monthly tax bracket.
from MXN 0 to 496 3%
from MXN 497 to 4,120 10%
from MXN 4,121 to 7,399 17%
from MXN 7,400 to 8,601 25%
8,602 and more 28%
Allowable Deductions and Tax Credit
There are several types of deductions attributed to taxpayers in Mexico. You can find out the nature of all the deductions by contacting Mexican Federal Tax Administration.
Special Expatriate Tax Regime
If a foreigner resides in Mexico for business purposes for more than 183 days per year, he can obtain a special tax rate, however there are no special deductions for expatriates.
Capital Tax Rate
There are no taxes on capital.

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