The ATO recently published its annual report for 2014-2015, chronicling some impressive growth for the SBR program in the areas of taxation, business registration and pension reporting.
The Dutch parliament moved on Thursday this week to mandate electronic filing of financial accounts to the Chamber of Commerce (the national business registrar). The legislation phases in XBRL reporting as part of the Dutch SBR program.
At Business Reporting 360° in Copenhagen, our special correspondent Adam Shaw interviewed Elina Koskentalo of XBRL Finland on the progress being made there. Watch the video to hear about how businesses in Finland feel about XBRL, the benefits of XBRL and advice for those looking to start an XBRL project. Watch the video. Vero Skatt, […]
Of the top ten countries rated by the World Bank as the most friendly to business, all leverage XBRL to some extent in their regulatory reporting.
Watch our interview with Elina Koskentalo from XBRL Finland on how businesses in Finland feel about XBRL, the benefits of XBRL and advice for those looking to start an XBRL project.
Rob Kuipers Provides an Update on SBR in the Netherlands. At the 2015 XBRL International Conference in Copenhagen, we had a chance to sit down with Mr. Rob Kuipers, head of the SBR program in The Netherlands. In a free wheeling interview with special correspondent Adam Shaw, he discusses a range of issues on Standardised […]
Dutch SBR head Rob Kuipers discusses the unique public/private partnership that is cutting red tape for business in the Netherlands.
The ruling party in Canada is calling for all government data and information to made open by default in machine-readable, digital formats
XBRL Canada is holding an SBR seminar on 24 Nov at the Delta Ottawa City Centre. The event will run from 9:00 AM until 4:00PM.