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Implement the federal tax requirements that are detailed in the Mexican localization scope section later in this topic. Deliver specific new regulatory features through configurations or through the development of new functionality that implements the federal requirements that are detailed in the Mexican localization scope section, in accordance with the information that is specified in this topic.
Deliver specific new regulatory features in the most recent service pack that is available, or in a new service pack, for supported versions of Microsoft Dynamics AX or Finance and Operations.
Apply National Standards and competitive features in the localization, as Microsoft, at its sole discretion, determines them to be necessary or appropriate, based on business needs in the region.
Don't focus on the requirements of specific businesses, segments, verticals, regions, or large enterprises, even when these requirements are required by laws, statutes, or regulations at the federal, state, or city levels.
Exclude municipal requirements, except for the municipal requirements that are detailed in the Mexican localization scope section. These laws and requirements are listed in the Out of scope section later in this topic. The Mexican localizations that Microsoft develops for Microsoft Dynamics AX and Finance and Operations are limited to the features and functionality that are described in this topic.
Therefore, Microsoft Dynamics AX and Finance and Operations must be analyzed by prospective customers or by a tax professional such as an accounting and tax auditor, tax law firm, or tax consulting firm who can perform an assessment to determine whether the functionality is appropriate to meet the customer's business needs, or whether custom solutions are required.
Additional documentation, such as white papers and training materials, might be available in English only and might not be available when the software is first made generally available in Mexico.
The localization scope for the version of Microsoft Dynamics AX and Finance and Operations that is available in Mexico is limited to tax calculation, accounting transactions, and issuing and receiving invoices in the following scenarios: Market availability Microsoft aims to deliver regulatory features in a manner that provides enough time for installation.
Internally, we call this date the market required date MRD. We strive to meet our established MRDs and dates that are mandated by the applicable government authority.
However, various factors can affect the timely delivery of tax and regulatory updates. These factors include the following: Legislative or regulatory changes that the government makes without enough notice before the date that the law takes effect Feature, functionality, infrastructure, or architectural limitations of the affected software versions that are generally available in the marketplace The complexity and coverage of the coding, redesign, or enhancement of the software that is required to implement the legislation or regulatory requirements, or schedule conflicts If it isn't feasible to meet these dates, we use commercially reasonable efforts to develop and release tax and regulatory updates as soon as possible.
Any dates that Microsoft publishes are for planning purposes only and are subject to change at any time without notice. Microsoft makes no representations, warranties, or guarantees about the timeliness or completeness of any tax or regulatory update that it provides, and, to the maximum extent that is permitted under applicable law, disclaims all implied warranties and conditions, such as implied warranties or conditions of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Supported features The following table lists the specific features that Microsoft delivers and supports as part of the Mexican localizations for Microsoft Dynamics AX and Finance and Operations.The payment free period will start from the date of order (including for those items which are purchased on pre-order and/or are not ready for immediate dispatch).
This topic describes the strategy and scope for tax, finance, and accounting laws and regulations in Mexico that have been implemented as part of Microsoft Dynamics AX or Microsoft Dynamics for Finance and Operations. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) provides leadership on pay administration for civilian Federal employees.
We accomplish this by developing and maintaining Governmentwide regulations and policies on authorities such as basic pay setting, locality pay, special rates, back pay, pay limitations, premium pay, grade and pay retention, severance pay, and recruitment, relocation, and.
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