Tags » XBRL

Vintage’s New XBRL Online Review (XOR) portal addresses SEC’s “Dear CFO” letter

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosed that they have begun sending formal alerts to issuers regarding the inclusion of accurate calculation relationships in their filing. 312 more words


Should auld (GAAP) taxonomies be forgot, and never brought to file…

It’s a new year for XBRL filers! As of now, all corporate issuers should be on either the US GAAP 2014 or 2013 taxonomies. The 2012 taxonomies are retired – the SEC’s two-year acceptance window has officially expired. 233 more words


SEC Issues XBRL Alert - Custom Tag Rates and Missing Calculations in XBRL Files

On July 7, 2014, the SEC posted two items of new XBRL guidance to their website:

1. Observations about Custom Tag (Extension) Rates 


2. Sample letter sent to select filers regarding Missing Calculations… 403 more words


Insource, Outsource, or In-between? How to Choose the Optimal Approach to XBRL Preparation for Your Company – and Why It Matters

To file accurate, SEC-compliant financial statements in XBRL, your company needs to be in the right place on the XBRL-preparation continuum. The approach to the preparation of SEC filings must be realistic and appropriate for the company’s XBRL abilities and resources; and if external resources are required, they must come from the right provider. 1,729 more words


WebFilings is Now Workiva

Leading Cloud-Based Provider Evolves Brand in Response to Strong Demand for Collaborative Business Reporting Solutions

AMES, IA – July 1, 2014 – WebFilings, a leading cloud-based provider of business reporting solutions, is now Workiva. 665 more words

Workiva, Formerly WebFilings

An Update on the US GAAP XBRL Taxonomy (Part 1)

An interview with J. Louis Matherne and Donna Johaneman, Financial Accounting Standards Board

Dimensions spoke by telephone with J. Louis Matherne, Chief of Taxonomy Development at the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and Donna Johaneman, XBRL Project Manager at the FASB. 2,829 more words