Tobacco Taxes
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Modify the tobacco taxes

  Current: Suggested:  
'IEPS' tax specific $0.49
per cigarette
per cigaretteper cig.
'IEPS' tax ad valorem 160% %

Notes: 1- 'IEPS' is a excise tax specific to tobacco and cigarettes. 2- The base scenario is the one in force in 2020 while the calculations results would correspond to the tax collection for 2021.

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$0.00

00%

$00.0 mdp

$00.0 mdp

$0.0 mdp to states

$0.0 mdp to Health Ministry

Ideally, money would
be distributed1:

from:
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cigarette
packs

to:
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cigarette
packs

00% lessmore

By changing taxes, the price of the pack goes from $62.0 to $00.0

00% of the price of the pack would be taxes, including IEPS and VAT (before: 68.3%)

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NOTE 1- Currently, close of 30% of tobacco IEPS revenue goes to the states as “participaciones”. The direct assignation to the Health Minister is hypothetical and recommended according to best practices, nonetheless, currently this does not happen, and this revenue is grouped with the rest of the federal revenue. NOTE 2- The methodology used comes from several documents found at ciep.mx/5q8J

This revenue
is distributed
as follows:

$0.00c/u

00%

Aguascalientes —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Baja California —
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Baja California Sur —
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Campeche —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Chiapas —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Chihuahua —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
CDMX —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Coahuila —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Colima —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Durango —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Edo. de México —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Guanajuato —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Guerrero —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Hidalgo —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Jalisco —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Michoacán —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Morelos —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Nayarit —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Nuevo León —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Oaxaca —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Puebla —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Querétaro —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Quintana Roo —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
San Luis Potosí —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Sinaloa —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Sonora —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Tabasco —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Tamaulipas —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Tlaxcala —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Veracruz —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Yucatán —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B
Zacatecas —
$valor1-A Δ $valor1-B

The change of tobacco IEPS revenue assigned to the states is of #.##%

The states that receive more revenue per capita Mexico City, Nuevo Leon and Colima

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NOTE 1- Currently, close of 30% of tobacco IEPS revenue goes to the states as “participaciones”. NOTE 2- The methodology used comes from several documents found at ciep.mx/5q8J

IEPS increase
generates gains
in household
income

IEPS decrease
generates losses
in household
income

$0.00c/u

00%

-$0.00

People have -$0.0 less income, although its tobacco expense decreases

$0.00

People have $0.0 moreless income derived from lessmore medical costs

$0.00

People have $0.0 moreless income derived from moreless healthy years of life to work

$0.00

An increase of tobacco IEPS is progressive; the income gains of lower income households is up to 4 times higher than the increase for high income households.

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NOTE 1- Currently, close of 30% of tobacco IEPS revenue goes to the states as “participaciones”. NOTE 2- The methodology used comes from several documents found at ciep.mx/5q8J

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