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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2017 06:26 pm
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Nice Guy: THAT is a good idea to send out tax notices. Make it easy to do the "right" thing.

Paper at door? Email? Text message? WhatsApp?

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Yes, but delivering notices may be beyond Guaymas capabilities. Although, when you have so high a delinquency level, it makes sense to invest for a potentially better return.

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Yes, very good idea to deliver the tax notices.  Mine is not delivered.  

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Maybe wrap it around a brick and toss thru a front window, how about along with a pix of a horse's head ??

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Something is wrong I know for a fact that Guaymas sends out someone with the notices. I was at one of my Mexican friends house when they came to see him. He was was 2 years late and when down the next week and paid.

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Maybe they only bill the ones that are delinquent, knowing that the ones who pay will.

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That wasn’t the case with the owners of the two homes I rented.  Both those owners paid every year, and the notices were hand delivered, not mailed.  I was there and had to sign for it.

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Never have received a notice in 25 years......just go down and pay each year.

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Same here in over 20 years never received anything , I just pay it on time every year .

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Just got back to town, saw the blog, new Comisario?? Who is he (really), what is his background, and what, specifically is his agenda? No answers, no comisario..lol

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Here’s a link to his info on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/salvador-macias-rangel-2355512
It looks like he’s a chemical engineer and is or used to be president of an energy company in Texas.

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It is my understanding that the Mayor of Guaymas puts into place the Comisario of SC. Is there ever the mayor saying to the candidate, "here's the problems in SC, what will you do about them if you are given the position of comisario"? We all know the problems, what is the comisarios solution so them?

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Where is the property tax paid?

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I do not understand why they would be hesitant to provide a list of delinquent property owners. My guess is that the majority of pesos are owned by big properties like Playa Blanca, Marinaterra etc. Very hard to believe that individual homes owned by gringos are the main offenders. Only one way to find out... publish a list.

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Not sure it is the role of the government to shame people into paying by publishing their names. I’m sure the list is long... However there’s loopholes in the taxing system that allows the locals not to pay their due. Like all the unfinished home construction, where there’s no tax liability until the project is completed. Yes, sometimes is lack of funds, but I remember visiting Mexico City and seeing all these unpainted block homes on a hill. The guide explained that the painting of the homes would be the last expense before the home is finished and at which time the improvement taxes would accrue. Thus, no painting, no tax...

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Maybe I should start a new thread about the "New Comisario"??

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My guess is that lots of Mexicans with weekend play houses here are major non-payers, and that's why a list would never be published.

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Bomber, It is my understanding that the new Comisario believes that the collecting of "delinquent taxes", would do much to aid in the repair of infrastructure projects. So that is how the tread has morphed to that conversation.

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Bombero, no need to start a new thread, but you may want to start reading from the beginning of the thread. What you want to know is there...

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Regarding being billed for property taxes......if one is billed and is not delinquent I would think they would want you to pay what is on the bill with NO discount. Offices/businesses are not to good at subtracting monies not owed and if you live in Mexico long enough you'll figure this out and just take it in stride. 

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