The XBRL US Data Quality Committee has approved and published validation rules to help public companies detect inconsistencies or errors in their XBRL-formatted financial data. The rules are freely available and can be accessed through XBRL service providers whose incorporation of the rules in their software tool has been approved by the XBRL US Center for Data Quality.
Find out how to use freely available validation rules to check the quality of your XBRL financials. Hear from the CFA Institute’s Mohini Singh on the importance of your XBRL financials and how the rules can be used to improve the quality of your own filings.
The inappropriate use of context dates and conflicting relationships between elements are some of the most common errors in XBRL filings. Attend this webinar to find out about recently released rules that public companies can use to identify and correct these kinds of problems in their filings. You’ll learn how errors like these impact the kind of analysis that the SEC and your own shareholders perform and how to run a free tool to identify and resolve these issues.
Need answers to tough questions? This program, developed by the leaders in XBRL and education for the accounting profession, provides in-depth, comprehensive online course for people working with public company XBRL-formatted financial statements for SEC reporting.