Social security is a right that every worker in Mexic has. It guarantees his access to healthcare and creates a pension for his retirement amongst other benefits. In this article we tell you everything you need to know about it, including how to calculate it.
Some employee benefits in Mexico are mandatory and some are just customary. In this article we will explain the most important ones.
Payroll taxes in Mexico is one of the hardest things to understand when establishing your nearshore operation. Although there is one single employer payroll tax, this article talks about all of the taxes involved in payroll, including social security and withholding taxes.
A Mexican Sociedad Anonima (S.A.) is a type of legal entity with two or more shareholders (owners). The owners have their liability limited to the amount of capital they invested in the company. In this article we tell you all about this type of company.
One of the greatest advantages that Mexico has is the proximity to the US. Besides being a good idea for companies to move a part of their operation to the country in order to lower their operational cost, there are a set of advantages for one-man companies, SME’s and even retired professionals that would like to start a business.
Let’s talk about our not biased at all opinion of hiring what I like to call your own In-House Mexican Team. I know it’s in Mexico, but it still your house. Have you ever heard the “Mi casa es su casa” expression? We invented it (probably).