The deductibility of expenses involved in a barter
transaction is more difficult to understand.
Distributor: Sony Pictures TV Notebook: One-hour strip, cash plus barter
According to the International Reciprocal Trade Association, an organization that represents the worldwide barter
industry, companies still traded approximately $7.
What many people don't realize is that not only is the practice of barter
still alive today, but it has evolved into an accepted and effective method of inventory cost management for companies of all sizes.
The exchange of goods and services remains mostly local matter, the Internet is taking corporate barter
to new heights.
Previously confirmed were Malek, General Challenge, Barter
Town, River Keen, Lazy Lode, Smile Again and Jack Grandi.
As a result, barter
exchange networks, the clearinghouses for those wishing to barter
, have flourished.
Tim Mitchell, project manager of the Valley Trade Connection, a nonprofit barter
network and local currency project in Massachusetts, says that spending locally, even when the money is regular greenbacks, has major regional benefits.
Barr discusses the Atwood Richards company, the oldest barter
company in the world, and how this barter
company has over one-third of the Fortune 500 companies as clients.
Obsolete or excess inventory is fodder for barter
in the '90s--provided such exchanges are backed by contractual guarantees.
On the heels of completing a barter
deal for Luftansa, Cushman & Wakefield has dedicated a team of brokers to finding and completing these transactions for its corporate clients.
- a form of transaction that requires the seller (e.
Cash is king in Europe, while TV barter
is rarely mentioned Several attempts were made in the past to provide free international programs in exchange for commercial spots in the same programs, but rarely succeeded in Europe or elsewhere for that matter.
PHOENIX -- Utah Trading Company is a more recent barter
exchange to use Barter
Law & Order: CI (NBC U) Barter
Fall '06 (USA/Bravo)