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Intercompany Agreement

February 4, 2012 by agri in Business Agreements with 0 Comments
An intercompany agreement is made between two different divisions or businesses of the same company, that is, the contract refers to an internal transaction between two or more companies where both the entities file a consolidated tax return or financial statement. The purpose of an intercompany agreement is to handle certain aspects of the parent company with the cooperation of both the units of the same corporation.

One advantage of such agreements is that it helps to keep the different financial statements and information of the two entities separate. All transactions, transfer of goods and services have individual records and do not clash with each other. These agreements are useful when there are more than one division in the parent company. Other details in the agreement consist of the date, names of the entities and what goods or services are transferred. An intercompany agreement can also be used to terminate a contract made between two units of the parent company.

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Intercompany Agreement

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