Stoplight Restaurant, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.
There were 17 members of the Knights of Cortés attending the breakfast meeting this morning, January 11, 2017. Breakfast was delicious and well priced.
Stoplight Restaurant Av. Adolfo López Mateos, in front of “Plásticos del Pacífico”,
near Office Depot, Colonia Arenal, Cabo San Lucas. Phone: (624) 688-2040 Open: Daily 8:00 am to 10:00 pm www.loscabosguide.com/stoplight/
The meeting with the Delegado is at 9:00 a.m. I am suggesting that we arrive by 8:45 am to be ready to start on time.
Peter Straub has agreed to prepare a special breakfast, after the meeting with the Delegado. Menu: Scrambled Eggs or Omelettes, with ham, cheese, mushrooms, etc., plus fruit, pastries, and coffee, at his old Swiss Bakery, located near the Delegación.
I suggest parking in the delegation lot and walking to The Swiss Bakery after the meeting.
At the April 13, 2016 breakfast meeting Sergio will talk about the state of the current economy in Mexico and projected outlook in the near future.
Resumé – CV – Sergio
• Undergraduate degrees; B.S. in Accounting and B.B.A. in Business Administration from (PUC) Pacific Union College
• Golden Gate University (San Francisco) – graduate school of business (corporate taxation)
• UFM Universidad de Francisco Marroquin (Guatemala) – graduate school of business (Economics) and (Value Based Management)
• CPA in public practice 20+ years, (Tax Manager, Audit Manager) Partner in multi-office CPA firm
• Specialized AICPA certificate in Governmental Accounting and Auditing
• CFO for private health care company – Products for Life, Inc. (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
• Corporate Controller (Retail and Travel Division) XEROX corporation (Guatemala City)
•SVMC Consulting – private client based consulting, taxation, financial planning, audit compliance
This is a long one, but I think important to read and understand what is going on here in Mexico. Some will say Bull shit, can’t happen. OK then just place in junk mail. But this is the law right from the horses mouth so to speak. Spent several house in TJ just before I came back. Attached is a report of what I was told. By: Bob Schultz
MEXICO AUTO REGISTRATION
As many of you are aware, I recently went back to the US to take care of some personal matters. As I was driving, I stopped at the SAT Office in TJ to see if I could assertain the latest facts regarding importing of US and Canadian registerd autos. They seemed as confused as the rest of us but I think I did glean some useful information and facts. Read the complete report here: http://www.knightsofcortes.com/mexico-auto-registration/
Our guest speaker was Sr. Clicerio Mercado, a 26 year resident in Los Cabos. He talked about some of the changes he has seen during those 26 years. His work history as a food and beverage manager includes the hotel chain Posadas de México, Presidente Hotel in San Jose del Cabo, and Plaza las Glorias in Cabo. Since 1993 he has been working full time for the Bisbee Tournaments. He has been a member of the Rotary club since 2000 and donates time to several local charities.
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