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Posted Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Newsletter for the Reporting Standard of Business and Government

May, 2020 CAFR Taxonomy public review is closed. Multiple comments received. XBRL US concluded the public review for V0.3 of the CAFR Taxonomy which represents seven statements, two footnotes and several schedules for the Single Audit Report. Comments were received from the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), as well as individual states, including Tennessee and […more]


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Posted Thursday, May 21, 2020

SEC Updates Interactive Data Test Suite

The Securities and Exchange Commission updated their interactive data test suite which is designed to assist filers using software to validate XBRL data prior to EDGAR submission. The test suite consists of small XBRL instances, schemas, and linkbases that are categorized as to whether they violate a validation check, and if so, what validation check […more]


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Posted Monday, May 4, 2020

SEC Statement on Importance of Municipal Market Disclosure

SEC Chairman Jay Clayton and the SEC Director of the Office of Municipal Securities Rebecca Olsen, published a joint public statement on The Importance of Disclosure for our Municipal Markets, with a subheading “The Effects of COVID-19 Have Raised Uncertainties Regarding the Financial Status of State and Local Governments and Special Purpose Entities; Municipal Securities […more]


Posted Thursday, April 30, 2020

April, 2020 Newsletter

April, 2020 Economic difficulties brought on by the COVID-19 crisis highlight the value of timely, accurate, consistent data to aid in the administering of loan programs like the small business loans in the CARES stimulus package, and in other relief programs we’re likely to see down the road. Congress has approved billions in funds for […more]


Posted Tuesday, April 28, 2020

XBRL US Comments on SEC Proposal on Modernizing the MD&A

XBRL US responded to the SEC proposal on Management’s Discussion and Analysis, Selected Financial Data, and Supplementary Financial Information. The SEC proposes various reforms to the MD&A and other text-based information in corporate filings, including adding one new section, and eliminating certain sections deemed to be redundant because the reported facts are already available in […more]


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