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We provide services to a foreign affiliate of a foreign parent. Is this reportable on the BE-125?
We provide services to our foreign parent. Is this reportable on the BE- 125?
We provide services to one of our foreign affiliates. Is this reportable on the BE-125?
My company has been hired by the U.S. Government to provide educational and training services to organizations located abroad. Are such transactions reportable on the BE-125?
Should I report all services not otherwise listed on the BE-125 under service code 35, other selected services?
My company purchased accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping services from three countries: $200 thousand from Norway, $500 thousand from the United Kingdom, and $100 thousand from Venezuela (totaling $800 thousand). How should I report the data on the BE-1
How do I indicate on the BE-125 what type of services I am selling/purchasing?
How should transactions with international organizations be reported on the BE-125?
When reporting data by country on the BE-125, can regions be used instead?
We provide services to a U.S. affiliate of a foreign company. Is this transaction applicable to the BE-125?
How are free social media, email, and other ad-supported Internet services included in the BEA digital economy estimates?
What is missing from the digital economy estimates?
How does BEA define the digital economy?
How is the digital economy captured in the core statistics currently produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)?
Can the initial digital economy estimates show how much the digital economy contributed to the overall economy as a percent of GDP?
How do the initial digital economy measures compare with industry economic impact reports and BEA satellite accounts?
If I have a transaction with a country in an amount that is less than $500 do I list the country and $0.00 or do not have to list the country at all?
Should the intercompany charges to foreign affiliates for the reimbursement of management time and expense, advertising expense, etc. be considered "sales" for the purpose of the survey?
How should I interpret the terms "sales" and "purchases?" Many organizations and transactions types are really not related to sales or the organization is not involved in sales.
For financial services providers - Are fees and commissions received and paid reported on the survey?