In recent years, Mexican tax authorities have increased value-added tax (“VAT”) collections by over 34%, in large part due to its increasing reliance on electronic solutions to detect errors and fraud in tax reporting.

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In addition to raising revenues, Mexico’s e-invoicing and e-accounting regulations have increased transparency into the Mexican treasury and marketplace, and have fostered a business environment that encourages and rewards diligent self-reporting.

Learn how this increased use of technology has bolstered anti-corruption efforts in Mexico from Steven Neuman, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, and Hillary Levun, Counsel with Perkins Coie, in a recent article for Treasury & Risk.

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Steven Neuman

Steven Neuman

Steven Neuman, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, has 17 years of experience in advising clients and companies, six years of which were spent living in South America. He has been […]

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