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  1. I have received notes from a number of people that got my name from friends about the problem that they are having now that some/all of the tax preparers for Canadian Income Tax have headed back north as requested by the govt. I am not soliciting new business BUT I am indeed still doing both Canadian Tax Returns for Lakeside residents, both Canadian Residents and Canadian Non-Residents. I also complete US Tax Returns, but I understand that there is at least one other preparer still at Lakeside, so the need may be less urgent. In any event, if you need your returns completed, contact Bri
  2. Mexican legislators approved reforms of the tax law for 2016. The biggest change is that people will be able to exempt the sale of their primary residence from capital gains every 3 years instead of the current law which is every 5 years. Also people will have a higher amount they can deduct from taxes for their cars of $175,000, up from 130,000 pesos. For soda lovers, the tax on high caloric content beverages will be reduced by 50%. http://www5.diputados.gob.mx/index.php/esl/Comunicacion/Boletines/2015/Octubre/18/0257-Avala-Comision-de-Hacienda-Miscelanea-Fiscal-2016
  3. Real Estate Appraisals in Mexico. Here in Mexico we have three types of real estate appraisals. They are Tax (Catastral), Bank (Bancaria) and Commercial (Comercial). All appraisers must be licensed and most are engineers or architects who have postgraduate courses and state licenses and are also "peritos" or experts. TAX OR CATASTRAL APPRAISAL The Tax or Catastral appraisal is used to calculate transfer taxes and fees as well as notary fees. In years past they used to only use this value as the sales price on the deed instead of the real sales price that the buyer paid to the seller. Thi
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