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Mexican State Confirms 'Airbnb' Tax On Temporary Lodging

by Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington

01 November 2017


The Mexican state Jalisco, the birthplace of Tequila, will begin taxing those who temporarily provide space in their homes and properties to tourists.

Lawmakers have approved a proposal to amend the income tax law for the introduction of a three percent levy on those providing tourists with peer-to-peer accommodation services, such as those facilitated by gig economy platforms like Airbnb and Homeaway.

Having discussed the plans with the private sector, the state Government has confirmed the measure will feature in the country's next Budget, equalizing the services' treatment with the tax treatment hotels face.

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