Intercompany transaction

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Intercompany transaction

Transaction carried out between two units of the same corporation.

Intercompany Transaction

A transaction that occurs between two companies. For example, if a supplier sells to a retailer, this is said to be an intercompany transaction. It should not be confused with an intracompany transaction.
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Revenue During the first half, the group has earned a revenue of OMR49.50 million (net of inter company transactions of OMR2.21 million) against OMR49.52 million (net of inter-company transaction of OMR2.34 million) in the corresponding period of the previous year.
"We are going to look at every inter-company transaction."
In contrast, section 5.16 of the OECD transfer-pricing guidelines confirms helpfully that the amount and type of documentation relevant to any particular inter-company transaction depends on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Therefore, for insurance regulatory purposes, the inter-company transaction is considered insurance.
"The increased level of interest by the tax authorities in transfer pricing adjustments mandates companies to revisit their inter-company transactions and transfer pricing documentation.
FCBN was formed in 1994 to facilitate inter-company transactions, provide services for multi-location banks and portfolio managers and provide a forum for its members to share information and resources.
Further, the company said that it has been BWI's supplier of door system components and as such, BWI would have added an estimated USD55m of incremental net sales to the company's North America Residential segment for the twelve months ended 28 September 2018, after adjusting for inter-company transactions.
"Companies where heirs hold significant stakes can grow in revenue and market value through inter-company transactions, and the wealth created in this way is not subject to tax," said Kim Hai-ree, a lawyer with Seoul-based legal consulting firm Global & Case
Had MCPS been owned by Paysafe for all of financial year 2016 and the merchant portfolios acquired at the start of that year, pro-forma consolidated 2016 revenues for MCPS excluding inter-company transactions would have been USD 329m, an increase of 6% compared to 2015.
In future, countries may have more rights to ignore contrived inter-company transactions created to shift profits offshore.
Section 482 governs the pricing of inter-company transactions in the U.S., which is better known as "transfer pricing." The values determined within the transfer pricing framework vary, often significantly, from the values determined for financial reporting purposes.
Even if your inter-company transactions are less than $1 million per year, you still need to establish that you're using arm's length prices.

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