There are loose ends regarding compliance with the Mexican Tax Administration Service. Realistically when will QBO fully adapt in Mexico & give customer service support?

I want to transition two SMBs into Quickbooks, but after reading some post in the forum, it looks like there are still loose ends in Mexico. I don't want to transition and be disappointed. Realistically, when will QBO fully adapt in Mexico & also provide local customer service support?


I hope you're doing well, josuegarza.

QuickBooks Online (QBO) International is tailored for users with basic accounting needs. It would be best to consult a local tax agency to see if QuickBooks Online International is compliant with Mexico's tax laws. 

A Mexico-specific version with a local support channel might be in the works in the future. I'll be sure to pass these ideas to our developers. 

Though, you can also send feedback to us by clicking on the Gear icon, and then selecting Feedback.

You can always reach out to us in the Community space or our email support team if you need more help. 

Please let me know if there's anything else you'd like us to address. 

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