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Posted Monday, July 8, 2019

Q&A – Inline XBRL

Responses to these questions reflect the informal views of one or more members of the staff of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission participating in a discussion and do not constitute an official statement of the views of the Commission or of the staff of the Commission and should not be relied upon as authoritative. […more]


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Posted Tuesday, July 2, 2019

SEC Roundtable on Short-Term/Long-Term Periodic Reporting & Regulatory Requirements

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced their plan to host a roundtable on Short-Term / Long-Term Management of Public Companies, Our Periodic Reporting System and Regulatory Requirements. This event will be held on July 18 at 12:30 ET and the public is invited to attend (it will be held at SEC offices at 100 F […more]


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Posted Friday, June 28, 2019

SEC Analysis of Extensions in XBRL Submissions

The SEC posted an analysis of extensions used in XBRL submissions. While there is little change in the overall rate for filers from 2017 to 2018 (hovering around 18%), accelerated filers use of extensions has come down slightly versus prior period, and is now more inline with other filers at 18%. Read the release.


Posted Friday, June 28, 2019

Newsletter for the Business Reporting Standard

June 2019 Legislative and Regulatory News GREAT Act Passes Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Government Reform FERC Adopts XBRL Standards for Utilities Reporting California State Assembly Committee Approves SB 598, Open Financial Statements Act SEC Publishes Concept Release to Harmonize Exempt Offerings SEC Updates EDGAR to Release 19.2, Publishes DEI Taxonomy U.S. Federal Data […more]


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Posted Saturday, June 22, 2019

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