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By Anuradha

U. S. SEC Accepts IFRS Taxonomy: 3 Points You Need to Know as a U.S. Foreign Filer

On March 1, 2017 the U.S. SEC accepted the IFRS taxonomy for XBRL filing. All U.S. foreign filers following IFRS and filing 20-F/ 40-F with the SEC in Edgar format will now also need to file in XBRL. Are You Ready?

By Anuradha

Attention CFOs: Your Data is Your Responsibility

Leaving the preparation of your SEC compliance documents to inexperienced service providers can lead to gross errors in your XBRL documents. As a CFO, are you guilty of this too? What can you do about it?

By Deepta

Why CFOs Should Concern Themselves with XBRL. And How They Can!

The SEC that was only focused on gathering data for so many years is now concentrating on the quality of data that is being collected. A lack of XBRL knowledge on the filers’ part just doesn’t cut it anymore as a reason to submit incorrect information. What can CFOs do to be in command of their XBRL filing?

By Anuradha

Is Your XBRL Report Reflecting Your Actual Data?

The US SEC requires filing in XBRL for standardization and machine led data consumption, and in HTML for easy readability of data. But many times these reports are not in sync. What are the reasons for this and how can you avoid it?

By Shilpa

XBRL Filing: Going from Compliance Cost to Strategic Aide

7 years after XBRL was introduced for SEC filing in the US, it hasn't achieved its true potential with filers. It continues to be pinned down as compliance cost instead of being seen as a strategic aide to the CFO. But XBRL is about more than just cost and has a lot to offer even to filers.