February 3, 2021
Mexico establishes threshold for reporting customized transactions under mandatory disclosure regime
On 2 February 2021, Mexico’s tax authorities established that customized transactions with an aggregate tax benefit of more than $100 million Mexican pesos (approx. US$5 million) are subject to the mandatory disclosure regime (MDR) reporting requirement. For more information on the MDR, see EY Global Tax Alerts, Mexico: Taxpayers should be aware of Mexico’s new reportable transaction obligation, dated 23 March 2020 and Mexico’s initial reporting due date for MDR obligations is fast approaching, dated 2 November 2020.
The threshold does not apply to generic transactions or transactions that meet the hallmark for avoiding the exchange of information with foreign authorities.
To determine whether the threshold is met, taxpayers or tax advisors must aggregate the tax benefit for all transactions that meet a hallmark for reporting and have at least one tax year in common.
As discussed in previous Tax Alerts, reportable transactions are classified as either generic or customized transactions. A generic transaction is designed to be marketed on a large scale to all types of taxpayers or to a specific group. A customized transaction is one designed, marketed, organized, implemented or administered for a taxpayer’s particular circumstances.
For additional information with respect to this Alert, please contact the following:
Mancera, S.C., Mexico City
Ernst & Young LLP (United States), Latin American Business Center, New York
Ernst & Young LLP (United States), Latin American Business Center, Miami
Ernst & Young LLP (United States), Latin American Business Center, Chicago
Ernst & Young, LLP (United States), Latin America Business Center, San Diego
Ernst & Young LLP (United Kingdom), Latin American Business Center, London
Ernst & Young Tax Co., Latin American Business Center, Japan & Asia Pacific, Tokyo