On March 11, 2019, the following changes will be made to the EDGAR Filer Manual as part of EDGAR Release 19.1 related to Inline XBRL: The list of submissions that allow the primary document to be in iXBRL format is expanded to include submission form types S-1, S-1/A, S-1MEF, S-3, S-3/A, S-3ASR, S-3D, S-3DPOS, S-3MEF, […more]
Items tagged with "Inline XBRL"
Attend this session for a 30,000 foot view of what Inline XBRL may or may not change in the preparer’s workflow, in the XBRL content (instance and taxonomy), and the review of the filing. Learn about the challenges with Inline XBRL and what preparers, XBRL consultants, and software providers should be watching out for. Find […more]
Attend this one-hour session for a step by step review of the workflow changes for SEC filers and vendors who help them prepare their XBRL financials. Get a detailed comparison of the current conventional XBRL process compared to the inline XBRL process.
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.
Preparing a perfect turkey is critical for a successful Thanksgiving. Preparing quarterly financial statements is another activity where “getting it right” is critical. The risk of mistakes has significant downsides, ranging from SEC sanction to negatively affecting your company stock price.
Attend this one-hour session to learn how Inline XBRL can be leveraged to improve the quality of data reported by SEC filers.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to learn the difference between Inline XBRL and conventional XBRL and how to handle these issues in your own filing.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to hear from the Securities and Exchange Commission about the new SEC rule on Inline XBRL for operating companies and funds.
XBRL US applauds the decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission to adopt Inline XBRL for operating companies and funds.
On June 28, 2018, the SEC approved, in a 4 to 1 vote, a final rule transitioning operating companies and funds to Inline XBRL. The SEC also noted that XBRL will continue to be part of disclosure controls and procedures and that there is no change in assurance requirements (XBRL is not subject to assurance). […more]