What Small Public Companies Need to Know About the New XBRL (17W360-12)


If you are a public company, your XBRL time has come! The market has
entered year 3 of the SEC’s three-year roll out of mandatory XBRL
submissions for all US GAAP domestic filers. This means that every
domestic filer is now responsible for providing XBRL-formatted versions
of their financial reports. Depending on your year-end, you may be
required to start sometime between August and January. When do you start
What do you have to do What’s the best way to do it In this session,
small public companies will gain the knowledge they need to plan,
prepare and make the most from the mandate.

Learning Objectives
  1. The who, what, when, how and why of submissions - who has to provide XBRL, what they have to provide, when they have to provide it, how it is submitted and why it’s worth it
  2. How the first two groups of filers fared - the experience of the first 1,700 companies and the SEC’s observations
  3. How to plan and prepare for XBRL submissions - and if you have already filed at least once, how to cope better next time!
Major Topics
  1. Discussions on the SEC’s rules, EDGAR Filer Manual, Interpretations and observations
  2. Comparisons of in-house and out-sourced options
  3. Software and websites to help with the preparation and quality review processes
  4. Learning from the successes and challenges of the prior filers
Course Level
CPE Field of Study
Business Management & Organization
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May 24, 2012
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
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What Small Public Companies Need to Know About the New XBRL (17W360-12)

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