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XBRL is an XML-based reporting language. It is specifically designed to provide financial information to government agencies. In the US, the SEC wants to see XBRL data from all corporations that publish reports and mutual funds. According to established standards, the main goal of XBRL interactive data is to ensure fairness and transparency for investors. This approach allows you to disseminate information in the most efficient way throughout the market.
XBRL was created specifically to improve investor performance. This will make it possible to quickly compare information by organization and field. To make it easier to work with files, you can upload them to spreadsheets. In addition, it guarantees efficiency and transparency for the financial market.
Financial statements created in accordance with US GAAP, and even small reporting organizations and foreign private issuers, are required to submit quarterly and annual reports to XBRL at the SEC. This rule came into effect on June 15, 2011.
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Of course. This form was established back in 2009. Now applicants need to submit HTML and XBRL documents at the same time to the SEC.
Beginners are required to submit their first XBRL application in forms 10-Q, 10-K, 20-F, 40-F, 485BPOS or 497. Then, XBRL files are published.
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