SEC Filer Member benefits are designed to help issuers improve the quality of their financials, stay informed, and have a seat at the table influencing the standard. Review the benefits in brief below. Find out more in the fact sheet: Get Serious About Data Quality.

  1. Access to XBRL US rules for additional validation on US GAAP conformance and more. This added ruleset layer is an exclusive benefit for SEC Filer members, and not included in DQC rules.
  2. Participate or observe working groups including the Data Quality Committee (DQC), the XBRL EDGAR Working Group, and other ad hoc groups formed for SEC-related issues. Stay informed. Gain access to regulators and standard setters. Influence standards.
  3. Support and information on error resolution, XBRL preparation, SEC activities, and legislation.
  4. Tools to gauge the impact of a new US GAAP Taxonomy release on your filing.
  5. Real-time access to user-friendly querying tools for corporate peer analysis. Exportable to Excel.
  6. Reduced rate on XBRL US and XBRL International events.
  7. Recognition for XBRL activities through XBRL Achievements program.

Registering your company as an SEC Filer Member for the first time? Please review and complete the SEC Filer Membership Registration before adding this to your cart and proceeding to payment options (credit card or invoice).

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FAQ

  1. What does SEC Filer membership cost?
  2. How do the automated rules compare to SEC validation and XBRL validation?
  3. If I run the rules included in the SEC Filer Membership, do I still have to run SEC and XBRL validation?
  4. How do the automated rules included in the SEC Filer membership differ from the Data Quality rules?
  5. What are the minimum computer requirements for using the tools included in my membership?
  6. How are files processed by the rules available to SEC Filer members?

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