A Roundtrip Ticket to Trouble - When a company sells or exchanges goods or services with another company and, in return, buys similar goods, services, or monetary assets from the other company of equal -- Or almost equal -- Value, it's a roundtrip. Such transactions are legal but must be reported correctly without distorting the company's financial reporting -- Or the SEC will come calling.
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