Attend this 60-minute session to learn about new XBRL technical requirements that will impact the US GAAP Taxonomy in 2021. Learn today, be ready tomorrow.
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Amendments require the use of Inline XBRL for certain required disclosures in the variable contract statutory prospectus. In addition, the SEC published a draft Variable Insurance Product (VIP) Taxonomy which has been posted for a 90-day public review.
Attend this 60-minute session to learn how corporate data is used by savvy investors and policy setters to make better decisions.
February, 2020 XBRL continues to gain traction in regulatory and government reporting. On the SEC filing front, the FASB has incorporated XBRL US DQC rules into the 2020 US GAAP Taxonomy which is a big win for data quality. Separately, XBRL US submitted a comment letter on the SEC’s proposal that XBRL be required for […more]
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that the EDGAR system would be updated to handle the following taxonomies on March 9, 2020: US GAAP 2020 Taxonomy SEC Reporting 2020 Taxonomy COUNTRY 2020 Taxonomy CURRENCY 2020 Taxonomy EXCH 2020 Taxonomy SIC 2020 Taxonomy In addition, the Commission will remove the 2012 and 2013 INVEST Taxonomies from […more]
DQC Rules are now available in the FASB US GAAP Taxonomy. Shouldn’t every SEC filer use them?
XBRL US announced today that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has incorporated freely available validation rules into the 2020 release of the US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy. The rules, developed by the XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) are used by public company filers to identify and resolve errors in their XBRL financials prior […more]
Attend this 60-minute session for a review of free applications and materials available to any SEC filer, accountant, or provider of XBRL services or products. What you learn during this session could help you improve the quality of your next SEC submission.
The Data Quality Committee released version 11 of freely-available rules and guidance in February. These 53 rules are automated checks that help filers using US GAAP and IFRS Taxonomies supported by the US Securities and Exchange Commission detect and resolve inconsistencies or errors in XBRL-formatted financial data.
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.