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I paid property tax today.  Mine went up 10% over last year.  I guess to pay for the fountain.  Anyway, they are ready.  The office is in the Oxxo plaza where the CEA office is.  It is maybe 3 doors to the left of CEA. 
 

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The dollar goes up 25% and the peso bills go up 10%. Count yourself lucky that you are saving money.

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Mine went up 12% and receive a 10% "pay early discount" vs 15% last year.
So a net of 7% savings considering the peso valuation, I'm loving the fountain more every day.
 

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Has anyone done it this way?

Go:
http://yosoyguaymas.com/index/
>Proper Link

Then go to top, "Servicios" then "Pagos en linea"


You must have your "Clave Catastral" number,

Using the "Clave Catastral" Number,

Have in your hand your last receipt of the last payment. Enter the date of your last payment as example 19/AGO/2012, or DDMMYY

Click then you will see the tax bill. Bottom may show a discount amount.

Click button Realizar Su Pago. It takes you to a secure Bancomer site.

Pay your Tax/ Prediales. Be sure you use a card which will work in Mexico, call your bank/cardholder to tell them its a Mexico transaction, if u have a US Financial Institution

Be sure you have a printer working to print your receipt.

If problem contact Oficina de Ingresos Tel: 622-222-4285

Calle 20 y Ave 12, Guaymas





Tony
http://www.globalmedicalplans.com

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It doesn't work.

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I've done it online the last three years, but haven't tried it yet this year. Coming down on Tuesday, so I'll probably just go to the office next week.

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Doesn't the bank holding the Fideicomiso take care of the property taxes and include it in their annual service charge?.. How much are the taxes on a $75,000 - $150,000 property?

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Unfortunately your trust fees having nothing to do with your taxes. They are two different costs, and each one needs to be addressed. As for your second question as to the amt. required, on the numbers you quoted, I do not know, perhaps others will. Good luck.

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I think you'll ask 10 people what they are and you will get 10 different answers.
 
If there is a set "tax rate" I have never seen it.

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I know if you ask a Mexican they don't even understand the concept..Kind of like a "Fishing License" or a "Building Permit"....

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Fairwind, to answer your question about banks taking care of property taxes, the answer is no. There may be some banks that do that but certainly not all.

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Fairwind wrote: I know if you ask a Mexican they don't even understand the concept..Kind of like a "Fishing License" or a "Building Permit"....

what a stupid, racist statement. sure hope you are not american.

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Where I live, an integrated community, none of the Mexicans I know pay "property tax"....Nor do they bother with fishing licenses or building permits..

Those things seem to be reserved for Gringos.......

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You have odd friends. I know a lot of Mexican's and they pay their property taxes.

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Living in San Carlos or other tourist towns and living in a fishing village in an Ejido situation puts us in two different worlds.....A completely different set of rules....

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Fairwind wrote: Living in San Carlos or other tourist towns and living in a fishing village in an Ejido situation puts us in two different worlds.....A completely different set of rules....

You didn't pass the idiot test on your last post and still want to keep digging your foxhole deeper?
The laws pertain to all Mexicans, and all those living within their borders with their permission, and anyone's permission can be revoked, especially those few racisits that like to stir the pot.

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The 600 people who live in Choyudo and Tastiota have never seen a property tax agent, a fishing license or a building permit....

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You better read up on the obligations and rights of farming ejidos and fishing cooperativos in Mexico, and how Mexico has been in the process of settling property lines in order to produce deeds for both over the last 20 years.
With a deed they can actually own, buy, sell and pay taxes for their land and fishing rights, if they actually get them, that were conceeded to them with few obligations.
After that, we will see if these poor can actually produce enough income to pay their taxes, but in the meantime them working their grants is the only way they can support themselves as their social security and welfare system is not as generous as most nations north of them.
But please do your part to educate them on the laws of Mexico. I am sure your eloquence and deep knowledge of the subject will continue to shame them into paying taxes for ground they still do not own.

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Fairwind, ejidos are a different animal but only a small percentage of Mexicans live in an ejido. Your statement that all Mexicans ignore property tax is untrue and might lead others to think that only Gringos pay taxes. Hopefully people will realize you don't know what you are talking about.

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I have some friends in Hermosillo and Kino..I'll have to ask them if and how they pay property taxes....Yeah, maybe I've been out in the boondocks too long....Sorry to have caused such an uproar.....

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