intracompany

in·tra·com·pa·ny

 (ĭn′trə-kŭm′pə-nē)
adj.
Occurring within or between the branches of a company: an intracompany network.

intracompany

(ˌɪntrəˈkʌmpənɪ)
adj
occurring or existing within a company or between multiple branches of a company
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Meanwhile, intracompany transferees will pay $3,843; workers and trainees, $2,243; and religious workers, $1,843.
Further, Disney disclosed at its investor day that it would book intracompany content payments from direct-to-consumer to the "Core" of Disney on a gross basis.
Through an intracompany correspondence, the employees were informed that they were selected for random drug testing to be conducted on the same day that they received the correspondence.
He also routinely counsels entrepreneurial clients on the treaty trader and investor E-visas, intracompany transferee L-1 visas, and EB-1 visa alternatives.
The increases in these two subsections were more than enough to offset the decline in the foreign players' investments in debt instruments, as seen in the so called intracompany borrowings.
immigration matters, including visas and immigrant permissions for extraordinary ability, specialty occupation, intracompany transferee, business visitor and NAFTA-eligible individuals and family and employment-based permanent residence applicants.
And corporations with intracompany loans are supposed to have agreements setting forth the terms of the loans; changes to those agreements may have to pass muster with tax authorities and other regulators in the countries where the subsidiaries are located, he said.
Ooredoo's Shahry Smart plans offer a fully post-paid mobile service, inclusive of local and international calls, messaging, high-speed mobile Internet access, and free intracompany calls.
The authors cover logistics management, purchasing from third parties, planning and forecasting, intracompany and cross-company procurement, and a great many other related topic areas over the course of the textAEs eleven chapters.
A key tool in this methodology is the awareness of suppliers, inputs, process, outputs and customers (SIPOC) with stakeholders in the order-to-cash process to better understand what inputs are needed to meet the requirements of intracompany "customers" to then better meet the needs of the external customer.
Another commonly implemented strategy, expense disallowance, disallows the tax deductibility of certain intracompany expenses attributable to income not reported in the state.