- A calque translation of the Latin phrase in specie (Wiktionary)
“Meanwhile, ETF shares are created and redeemed in so-called in-kind transactions with big institutional investors: To receive ETF shares, market makers, known as authorized participants, deliver the underlying securities or a representative basket to the fund manager.”
“Nonprofits are receiving a flood of so-called in-kind contributions, including volunteers to counsel first-time home buyers.”
“Growing import exposure spurs a substantial increase in transfer payments to individuals and households in the form of unemployment insurance benefits, disability benefits, income support payments, and in-kind medical benefits.”
“Besides, with the groups they want to attract, any "rent" will be in-kind for consulting services and other essentials.”
“The so-called limits per year instead of per election cycle (which means incumbents are protected) are $5,000 for individuals, $10,000 for uinions/corps/pac's and $90,000 cash from state political committees and UNLIMITED in-kind contributions (goods, services, political operatives, mailings, etc).”
“Del Valle's campaign said he had raised about $110,000 in cash and in-kind contributions.”
“We accept in-kind payments or ‘sweat equity’ on the farm, but sometimes, yeah, we take cash.”
“As much as we would like to think that donations come from the heart and a deep appreciation for our cause, development officers at all nonprofits recognize that tax implications are a real consideration for potential gifts, whether the donation is cash, in-kind or planned giving.”
“The $2 million donation is in reality dwarfed by Wal-Mart's own $2 billion of cash and in-kind donations to reduce hunger.”
“Numerous local New Orleans organizations and individuals have supported the Dutch Dialogues with monetary and in-kind support.”
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