SEC Looking More Closely at XBRL Filings

May 10, 2016

Since Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) has become a requirement in financial filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), they have been taking a closer look at the data. Lou Rohman, VP of XBRL Services at Merrill, discusses the issues surrounding XBRL. As a member of the XBRL US's Data Quality Committee, Rohman recommends paying closer attention to the guidance and validation rules provided by the committee.

With additional monitoring by the SEC, XBRL accuracy is becoming increasingly important. While the SEC is currently only making observations without formal penalties, that information is being shared to encourage companies to use proper tagging. Get the details on the most recent developments by reading the full article featured in Accounting Today.

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