In this issue:
- SEC Extends Comment Period for Updated Disclosure Requirements for Variable Annuities and Variable Life Insurance Contracts
- SEC’s Peak Filing Schedule for 2019
- SEC Brings Charges in EDGAR Hacking Case
- SEC Resumes Normal Operation
In this issue:
The SEC has updated their interactive data test suite which can be found here. Read the release.
Process Improvement Effective January 1, 2018, proposed Taxonomy Improvements to this Accounting Standards Update will have a formal comment period concurrent with the issuance of the Accounting Standards Update. This replaces the past practice of an annual 60-day comment period on the entire Taxonomy. FASB Staff Issues Proposed Taxonomy Improvements for Proposed Accounting Standards Updates […more]
At this meeting, industry leaders will participate in discussions and plans for developing guidance and rules for use by public companies complying with the XBRL requirements of the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Learn about the Data Quality Committee.
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]
Attend this one-hour session for an overview about Inline XBRL, covering changes in workflow, the instance document, review of the filing.
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.
XBRL US has submitted a comment letter responding to the SEC request for comment on the Proposed Collection of Interactive Data. Key points made in the letter: Access to interactive data enhances the Commission’s ability to monitor companies and perform analysis Reduces the cost of analysis for investors and analysts Streamlines and improves efficiencies (reduces cost) […more]