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Lack of Deductions for Capital Gains exemptions

As an expat living in Mexico, investing in real estate can be an exciting opportunity. However, it's important to be aware of the unique regulations and requirements that come with owning property in the country. One common issue that many expats encounter is the importance of obtaining facturas for any enhancements or additions made to their property.

In Mexico, receipts are not sufficient for obtaining deductions on your taxes. Instead, facturas are required in order to report transactions to the government and receive the appropriate deductions. Unfortunately, not all providers automatically issue facturas, as they may be looking to save on taxes themselves. This can leave expats in a difficult position when it comes time to sell their property and face potential capital gains tax.


If you find yourself in this situation, don't worry - there is a solution. At Burmeister Consulting, we have developed a way to legally and quickly resolve this issue. We can help you obtain the necessary facturas and ensure that you are able to receive the deductions you are entitled to.


If you have any questions or would like to learn more about how we can help, don't hesitate to reach out to us. You can easily connect with one of our representatives via WhatsApp by using this link: https://wa.me/message/QAO3OXRYPSS4J1


Or visit our website at www.mexprofessionals.com for more information. Don't let the lack of facturas hold you back - let us help you navigate the process and ensure that you are able to take full advantage of your real estate investments in Mexico.



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