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S.A.S. SOCIEDAD POR ACCIONES SIMPLIFICADAS This fast-scheme was created to facilitate the incorporation process for small businesses, many under one sole-proprietor, encourage their growth and fight informality. That is why once that they grow beyond the $5,000,000 Mx Pesos annual revenue then this type of corporation ought to be registered under a more complex corporation scheme.

CONCLUSION The information described refers to the general conditions for this kind of corporation in Mexico.

Still, it is important to consider various factors specific to each situation, and evaluate the SAS figure and others available in our legislation.

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