Accelerated SEC filers should attend this 60-minute session on XBRL cover page tagging. Early adopters and other filers should join for best practice and lessons learned.
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SEC filers that are Small Reporting Companies should attend this 60-minute session on Inline XBRL and cover page tagging. Hear from the SEC Office of Structured Disclosure on best practice and lessons learned.
SEC filers that are Small Reporting Companies and foreign private issuers should attend this 60-minute session on Inline XBRL and cover page tagging. Find out how and why investors and analysts use XBRL-formatted financials from small cap companies.
Accelerated SEC filers should attend this 60-minute session on Inline XBRL and cover page tagging. Early adopters and other filers should join for best practice and lessons learned.
The SEC published a new rule proposing that Inline XBRL tagging be required for all fee calculation table and fee footnotes in fee bearing filings, including Funds and Transactional 1933 Act filings, tender offers, proxies (with fees), etc. On page 10 of the rule: amend most fee-bearing forms, schedules and statements to provide that each […more]
The Securities and Exchange Commission published Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations on Inline XBRL and cover page tagging. Read the Q&A.
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]
Attend this session for an in-depth review of the Inline XBRL instance document and hear best practices on how to successfully manage the differences between conventional and Inline instances.
In a recent blog post from the CFA Institute, Mohini Singh, ACA, Director of Financial Reporting, commented that with the mandate to use Inline XBRL for corporate filings in the United States and in Europe, it is time to begin considering audit for the XBRL version of the filing. The blog points out that: “Only […more]