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Gil Zenteno García

Mexico City, Mexico Latin America Guide 2021 Ranked in 1 departments
Ranked in : Tax: Controversy
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Tax: Controversy - Mexico

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Department co-head Gil Zenteno García maintains a solid reputation as a tax controversy practitioner. Peers attest to his visibility in this sphere and endorse his practice by saying: "He is very good in tax controversy matters." He is regularly sought out by clients to advise on audits and appeals before the Mexican tax authorities.
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Practice Areas

Tax law, customs law, foreign trade, administrative law, constitutional law and social security law.

Professional Memberships

International Bar Association (IBA).

Mexican Bar Association.

National Association of Corporate Counsel (ANADE).

Mexican Institute of Finance Executives (IMEF); secretary of the board of directors of the Mexico City group; Vice-President of standards of the National Executive Committee.

Association of Public Accountants of Mexico, special member.

Publications

Author of several tax and social security articles published in specialized magazines, among others:

-Tax Litigation in Mexico: Overview.

-New presumption in favor of the tax authorities: unlawful transfer of tax losses.

-“Purchase of invoices,” do not put your assets or your freedom at risk.

-The new court action for the exclusive resolution of the merits of a case to be filed with the Tax Court of Administrative-Law Justice.

-Social Security: are gratuities part of a base salary?

-Deductibility of travel expenses paid to airline pilots and flight attendants.

-Tax planning and analysis by the tax authorities.

-Development and current status of the real estate investments vehicles: priority of fiscal policy.

-Economic impact of companies’ classification for workers’ compensation insurance.

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Gil Zenteno García

Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C.

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Paseo de los Tamarindos No 400-A, Piso 9

Bosques de las Lomas

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Mexico

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