Posted by Carlos Calderon on March 19, 2019
When looking at the competition – especially in the automotive industry –the question on whether it makes sense to expand to Mexico will ultimately arise. Our clients ask this often enough for us to note the key considerations required before determining if this opportunity is right for your business.
The year of 2018 was essential to the world’s two greatest trading nations: the United States and China. Throughout 2018, the Trump administration proposed and launched a series of policies imposing additional duty rates on a wide range of products imported from China. China retaliated immediately by publishing a list of products imported from US as targets for an additional 25% tariff. This trade friction is sweeping worldwide and has significant impacts on businesses.
Posted by Nina Wang on January 28, 2019
On August 31, 2018, China passed the Draft Amendment to the Individual Income Tax Law (IIT Law), which is the most significant revamp in the past 38 years. The amendments will have a significant impact on foreigners living in China. The following is an overview of the key changes that may affect individuals in the global mobility arena.
Posted by Nina Wang on January 10, 2019
In the past few months, China’s Ministry of Finance (MOF), State Administration of Taxation (SAT), and other governmental agencies released various new “Circulars” to the current Chinese corporate tax law. Most of these tax reduction measures took effect January 1, 2018 in order to support entrepreneurship, innovation, and the development of both high technology enterprises and small and mid-sized entities (SMEs).
Posted by Carlos Calderon on December 5, 2018
As of December 1, 2018, Mexico will have officially elected President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. His campaign was focused on topics such as security, education and culture, fight against corruption, compliance with the law, and correct execution of economic resources, to name the most relevant.
Clayton & McKervey Presents Brexit and Cross Border Opportunities at Special Lunch and Learn Event on Nov. 12 at Automation Alley
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on October 22, 2018
Clayton & McKervey announces a lunch and learn titled ‘Brexit and Cross Border Opportunities’ on November 12, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Automation Alley in Troy.
It is essential that the information received by the taxpayers be precise to avoid penalties.
Since NAFTA passage was a difficult legislative feat in 1994, domestic political considerations may again ultimately drive whether the rebranded USMCA is implemented in North America.
Posted by Nina Wang on August 28, 2018
Value Added Tax rates in China have been lowered, which is expected to save businesses 240 billion yuan a year.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on July 26, 2018
On May 31, the US Department of Commerce announced that tariffs on steel and aluminum were no longer valid for Mexico, Canada and the European Union. Hence, these countries became subject to a 25% and 10% tax on tariffs for these materials effective June 1.