Details of Tax Revenue - Mexico
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Americas Desk: dev.americas@oecd.org
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Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, Departamento económico (Ministry of Finance, Economic Department).
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Mexican Peso
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Unit: Millions of Mexican pesos.
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31-Aug-16
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Figures for Mexico in this publication are sourced from data provided by the Ministry of Finance, Economic Departmentfor the Revenue Statistics in OECD countries (2015) and may therefore differ from the corresponding figures in the Revenue Statistics in OECD Countries (2016), which was published on 30 November 2016.

For each edition of Revenue Statistics, countries have the ability to revise their historical series and the GDP series may also be revised.

Data for Mexico in the 2017 edition of Revenue Statistics in Latin America and the Caribbean, to be published in March 2017, will be sourced from data provided by the Ministry of Finance, Economic Departmentfor Revenue Statistics in OECD Countries (2016).

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Year ending 31st December.

The data are on a cash basis.

The 2015 data for tax revenues of the state and local levels of government are not available. They comprise revenues in categories 3000, 4000, 5000 and 6000.

Heading 1000: In ECLAC data, income taxes are presented net of credit on salary figures.

Heading 2000: In ECLAC data, social security contributions are presented net of transfers from the Federal government for the payment of IMSS (Mexican Social Security Institute) pensions.

Heading 5128: Revenue Statistics in Latin America and the Caribbean and Revenue Statistics in OECD countries included fees levied on hydrocarbon production in 5128. From the data provided for Revenue Statistics in OECD countries (2016) and for this publication, revenues from hydrocarbon production have been separated from tax revenues and are instead treated as non-tax revenues net of these fees.
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Year ending 31st December.

The data are on cash basis.

Heading 1000: In ECLAC data, income taxes are presented net of credit on salary figures.

Heading 2000: In ECLAC data, social security contributions are presented net of transfers from the Federal government for the payment of IMSS pensions.

Heading 5128: In ECLAC and CIAT data, fees levied on hydrocarbon production are treated as non tax revenues.

Source: Ministry of Finance, Economic Department.

Details of Tax Revenue - MexicoContact person/organisation
Americas Desk: dev.americas@oecd.org
Contact person/organisation

Americas Desk: dev.americas@oecd.org

Direct source
Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, Departamento económico (Ministry of Finance, Economic Department).
Unit of measure usedMexican PesoUnit of measure used
Unit: Millions of Mexican pesos.
Power codeMillionsDate last updated
31-Aug-16
Other data characteristics

Figures for Mexico in this publication are sourced from data provided by&nbsp;the Ministry of Finance, Economic Departmentfor the Revenue Statistics in OECD countries (2015) and may therefore differ from the corresponding figures in the Revenue Statistics in OECD Countries (2016), which was published on 30 November 2016.

For each edition of Revenue Statistics, countries have the ability to revise their historical series and the GDP series may also be revised.

Data for Mexico in the 2017 edition of Revenue Statistics in Latin America and the Caribbean, to be published in March 2017, will be sourced from data provided by the&nbsp;Ministry of Finance, Economic Departmentfor Revenue Statistics in OECD Countries (2016).

Key statistical concept
Year ending 31st December.

The data are on a cash basis.

The 2015 data for tax revenues of the state and local levels of government are not available. They comprise revenues in categories 3000, 4000, 5000 and 6000.

Heading 1000: In ECLAC data, income taxes are presented net of credit on salary figures.

Heading 2000: In ECLAC data, social security contributions are presented net of transfers from the Federal government for the payment of IMSS (Mexican Social Security Institute) pensions.

Heading 5128: Revenue Statistics in Latin America and the Caribbean and Revenue Statistics in OECD countries included fees levied on hydrocarbon production in 5128. From the data provided for Revenue Statistics in OECD countries (2016) and for this publication, revenues from hydrocarbon production have been separated from tax revenues and are instead treated as non-tax revenues net of these fees.
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Year ending 31st December.

The data are on cash basis.

Heading 1000: In ECLAC data, income taxes are presented net of credit on salary figures.

Heading 2000: In ECLAC data, social security contributions are presented net of transfers from the Federal government for the payment of IMSS pensions.

Heading 5128: In ECLAC and CIAT data, fees levied on hydrocarbon production are treated as non tax revenues.

Source: Ministry of Finance, Economic Department.