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Choose How Your PV Property Tax Dollars Will Be Spent
Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña recently announced a new plan to improve public services and quality of life for the families that need it most. Now, when paying Puerto Vallarta property taxes, citizens can choose the public works and actions in which this resource should be invested through the Participatory Budget.
Act2PV Rolls Out a Whole New Style of Entertainment
Act2PV has worked very hard to present Puerto Vallarta audiences with consistently excellent shows in a safe and comfortable setting. And now, they've rolled out a whole new style of entertainment. On Wednesdays at 9:00, Act2PV stars offer a FREE performance and the staff serves up FREE appetizers!
It's Time to Pay Your Puerto Vallarta Property Taxes
Property taxes. Just the words make most Canadian and American homeowners nervous about potential damage to their bank balance, but in Mexico you don't need to worry. Property taxes for homes and condos in Puerto Vallarta and around Banderas Bay are exceptionally affordable.
Puerto Vallarta on CNN's List of 21 Places To Go in 2021
After almost a year of sequestering due to the pandemic, the new year raises hopes of breaking out of confinement and traveling for pleasure. In this context, CNN has launched its list of 21 Places To Go in 2021, among which Mexico and its beach destinations stand out, with mention, of course, of Puerto Vallarta.
New Letters will Welcome Visitors to Puerto Vallarta
The municipal government of Puerto Vallarta and the Instituto Vallartense de Cultura are working on a project to recreate one of the city's most recognized icons: the large colorful letters that spell out 'Puerto Vallarta' and welcome visitors who enter the city on the highway from the north.
GAP: Mexican Airport Traffic Down 37.1% in December
Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico
For December 2020, the total number of terminal passengers at GAP's 14 airports (12 in Mexico, 2 in Jamaica) decreased by 37.1%, compared to the same period of 2019. Domestic passenger traffic decreased by 23.2%, international traffic by 53.3%.
Mexico Okays Emergency Use of Astrazeneca Vaccine
The Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks on Jan 4 authorized the Covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca for use in Mexico. Marcelo Ebrard, Secretary of Foreign Relations, said that with this approval the production of this vaccine will begin in the country.
Puerto Vallarta Living: A New Home for the New Year
As we make our New Year's resolutions, after a long year of living smaller, quieter lives, many of us are considering what's really important, and that's one of the reasons Tropicasa Realty agents have been busy helping potential homeowners find new properties in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Vallarta Living: Be Prepared in Case of an Emergency
As an expat living in Mexico, it is important to be prepared in case of medical emergencies. Pamela Thompson of Healthcare Resources Puerto Vallarta offers tips to ensure that you and your family are ready and prepared should a medical emergency arises.
SAT, Mexico's IRS, is Going After Tax Defaulters in 2021
In 2021, the SAT (Mexican IRS) will be looking more closely at self-employed professionals, independent contractors & service providers and small business owners, to identify tax evaders and delinquent contributors, the College of Public Accountants of Mexico warns.