The accounting profession, data providers, public companies, technologists, federal regulators and a growing number of industry groups view XBRL as part of the shared vision for transparency in the markets. These organizations support the XBRL standard by collaborating on XBRL US initiatives with other like-minded organizations and individuals.
Use the links below or under the ‘Join’ menu above to determine which membership meets your individual or organizational needs. Current members can use this link to login to XBRL US Tools for SEC Filers.
Accounting and consulting firms, software and tool providers, data aggregators, SEC filers, filing agents, startups using XBRL data and financial market participants have a clear stake in the XBRL standard, either from applications and services they offer or from the value they gain through consistent, timely data afforded by standards. XBRL US has a range of options for getting involved – browse the list on the right side of this page to learn about each.
Nonprofits, associations, academic institutions and government regulators join XBRL US to increase their knowledge base and raise their profile as experts in the XBRL community.
Individual members can use our tools to learn how to work with and extract XBRL data to identify critical trends affecting their investments and their business. Whether you’re just getting started, are a Power User day-trading or looking at how to structure the next ‘killer app’, or want to contribute to XBRL US Working Groups and Committees, we’re eager for you to join this growing effort.
Organizations like these know the value of XBRL US Membership
Touro students hail from all over the world, from all walks of life, in the pursuit of a common goal: To get the best possible education, to find a promising professional career, and to do so in an environment that respects and supports their backgrounds and beliefs. What sets Touro apart is not simply our […more]
Learn more about Lander College of Arts & Sciences - Touro College's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US
Academic Institution community.
Founded in 2002, Truth in Accounting believes truthful accounting is the key for citizens, legislators, and the press to clearly understand the truth about government finances. To be knowledgeable participants in their governments’ financial decisions, citizens need accurate and complete financial information. Our work has focused on encouraging public entities to produce financial reports that […more]
Learn more about Truth in Accounting's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US