US lawmakers should reject the suggestion that smaller listed companies’ Fintech-friendly data be replaced with paper. It would be like telling smaller film makers that they can’t use Netflix anymore, but instead need to market their work on VHS tape.
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Attend this free, one-hour webinar to hear from the FASB and the XBRL US Data Quality Committee about the new revenue recognition rules.
Google’s BigQuery hosts SEC XBRL filings to enable SQL queries of the SEC dataset.
Reporting supply chain participants – public company personnel and partners, regulators, analysts and researchers – know the value of telling a company’s story with standardized data. And now, XBRL Achievements are showing up on LinkedIn and other professional/social networking platforms to let colleagues and other professionals know who sets and keeps the pace in a transformed reporting environment.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to find out how investors adapt to new technologies and how public companies and analysts can mitigate the costs of disclosure.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to hear from the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the International Accounting Standards Board about how to prepare XBRL financials using the IFRS Taxonomy.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to learn how to participate in the beta for XBRL APIs to extract, process, and create XBRL content.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to learn about validation rules created for those filing using the IFRS Taxonomy or the US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy.
GO BIG! In addition to the Data Toolkit – freely-available APIs, spreadsheet templates, a Chrome browser add-on and documentation – every XBRL US Member can get updated schema documentation and query data in near real-time from this growing resource of filings submitted to the SEC since 2009.
Not an XBRL US Member, yet? Maybe it’s time to consider joining for yourself or your organization.
With the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 (DATA Act), federal agencies and citizens alike now have access to federal spending data that can answer that question. But access to the data is just the first step toward gaining insight, assessing performance, and making decisions. In order to not only understand where the money […more]