Investors in Mexico Learn of HMLLP Free U.S. Tax and Business Guide in Media Reports

There are many opportunities for Mexican investors who want to invest in the United States. The U.S. boasts a sizeable and growing economy with a well-established consumer market, making it attractive to many foreign investors. Mexican investors, however, have a competitive advantage over investors from other regions due to their proximity to the U.S. and lower labor costs.

Recently, several media outlets in Mexico, including Newsweek, highlighted the value and availability of “Entering the U.S. Business Market” — a free, downloadable guide by the attorneys at California-based Hone Maxwell LLP, an international tax and business law firm. The attorneys created the guide to help foreign investors navigate the legalities around investing in the U.S.

“With the world’s largest economy, the United States represents a highly attractive market for foreign investors seeking to benefit from the country’s developed, stable, liquid and efficient financial markets,” HMLLP Managing Partner Josh Maxwell said in Newsweek.

Before Mexican investors enter the U.S. market, it’s essential to be aware of numerous tax and business considerations, including:

  • Regulatory and legal environment: The U.S. has a complex, and sometimes unpredictable, regulatory and legal environment, which can be challenging for foreign investors to navigate.
  • Trade and investment policies: The U.S. has a long history of protectionist trade and investment policies, posing challenges for foreign companies aiming to compete in the U.S. market. Investors should be aware of the potential for tariffs, quotas and other trade barriers, as well as the U.S. government’s review process for foreign investments.
  • Intellectual property (IP) protection: While intellectual property protection is generally strong in the U.S., some areas of concern remain, such as the enforcement of IP rights against counterfeiting and piracy.

“Entering the U.S. Business Market” covers the basic tax and business considerations a foreign investor should be aware of when contemplating investments in the U.S. The guide provides in-depth details of various business considerations, including insights into what to expect when acquiring, expanding or opening a new entity. A section overviewing how to comply with federal, state and local taxes is valuable given the notoriously complicated U.S. tax laws. Additionally, the guide helps investors navigate ongoing compliance obligations once their business is operational.

To download “Entering the U.S. Business Market” for free, click here.

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Disclaimer: Hone Maxwell LLP articles and blogs are not intended as legal advice. Additional facts, facts specific to your situation or future developments may affect subjects contained herein. Seek the advice of an attorney before acting or relying upon any information herein.

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