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More Intelligent Data Quality Rules

The XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) has approved, finalized, and published its 6th ruleset which includes validation checks for filings prepared using the US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy and the IFRS Taxonomy. DQC rules and guidance are designed to be used by issuers to identify and correct errors in their SEC filings. The DQC, […]

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XBRL US: Public Review for IFRS Validation Rules

Fed up providing feedback on new taxonomy releases and validation rules? We thought not. And just as well. The XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) this week announced that it has initiated a public review period for its sixth-set of freely available proposed rules, which now includes rules for foreign private issuers (FPI) filing using the […]

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New Rules & Guidance from the XBRL US Data Quality Committee

This year’s Data Amplified conference did not stop our colleagues from the XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) from keeping busy, having announced  the finalisation of a new guidance document for tagging – the Statement of Cash Flow Guidance. Joining this publication are two new automated rulesets designed to help US issuers in the preparation […]

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Public Review of the DQC 5th RuleSet & Cash Flow Guidance

XBRL US has announced that the Data Quality Committee (DQC) has initiated a public review for the fifth set of freely available proposed rules in addition to a detailed guide on how to prepare XBRL-formatted cash flow statements that deliver quality financial information. A webinar will be held on August 2nd for a review of […]

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