Items tagged with "guidance"

Achievement Leaders

Experience gained through education, committee involvement and specification development is recognized through XBRL Achievements. Find out more about XBRL US Members who help establish, maintain and implement the business reporting standard.

Public Review of the XBRL US Style Guide

1:00 PM EDT Wednesday, May 3, 2017
XBRL US Webinar
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Creating consistent, high-quality, easy-to-use taxonomies requires setting standards for development work. The XBRL US Style Guide has been updated to reflect current standards and is now out for a 90-day public review period. This webinar will provide a review of the Style Guide.

Public Exposure for Comment – XBRL US Style Guide

Monday, April 17 - Monday, July 17, 2017
XBRL US Public Review
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XBRL US started a 90-day public exposure period on April 17 for the XBRL US Style Guide which has been revised and updated by the Domain Steering Committee.  The comment period closes on July 17. The Style Guide is designed to be used by developers as they build new taxonomies or update existing taxonomies, to […more]

Approved Guidance & Validation Rules

The Data Quality Committee – a collaborative of public companies, service providers and others working to improve standardized financial reporting – released version 3.3.1 in May, 2017. These freely-available resources help public companies detect inconsistencies or errors in their XBRL-formatted financial data.

Several tools are certified for implementation of the approved rules.

Public Exposure for Comment – Data Quality Committee Rules & Guidance

Thursday, June 30 - Wednesday, August 31, 2016
XBRL US Public Review
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The XBRL US Center for Data Quality kicked off its second 60-day public exposure period on June 30 and the comment period closes on August 31. The review includes five new rules, additions to an existing rule, and guidance on tagging axis and members have been published for review. Investors, analysts, public company accountants, data […more]

XBRL US Certifies Applications that Successfully Incorporate Data Quality Committee Rules for SEC Filers

XBRL US today announced that five companies have received certification that they have successfully incorporated the initial set of validation rules developed by its Data Quality Committee (DQC) in their software applications for preparing filings submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) . XBRL US has tested these software applications to confirm that the […more]

New SEC Interactive Disclosure FAQ Question – E.27

What are the conditions for determining when a calculation relationship is required? The Commission’s rules require filers to include calculation relationships for certain contributing line item elements for financial statements and related footnotes. Read More –

Data Quality Rules: Effective Use of Dates & Element Relationships

3PM Wednesday, December 16, 2015
XBRL US Webinar
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The inappropriate use of dates and conflicting relationships between elements are some of the most common errors in XBRL filings. Listen to the replay from this 50 minute webinar to learn about rules to identify and correct these kinds of problems in their filings. Learn how errors impact analysis and find out how to run a free tool to identify and resolve these issues.

Public Review for XBRL US Center for Data Quality

Wednesday, July 15 - Monday, September 14, 2015
XBRL US Center for Data Quality Public Review
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The XBRL US Center for Data Quality kicked off its first 60-day public exposure period which will end on September 14, 2015. Seven rules have been published, covering over 2,400 separate data elements. Investors, analysts, public company accountants, data aggregators, tool and service providers are encouraged to attend. To learn more and participate go to: http://publicreview/

Data Quality

XBRL US and an alliance of five companies have formed the XBRL US Center for Data Quality to address concerns about, and to improve the utility of, XBRL financial data filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).