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August 03, 2009


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Bob Schneider

I think it's important to mention that the study was for companies that were in the SEC's XBRL Voluntary Filing Program (VFP), and not under the new SEC mandate.

Opinions will differ on to what extent the study foreshadows problems in mandated XBRL statements, but certainly that the study was for the VFP is an important fact.

Bob Schneider
Editor, Data Interactive (the Hitachi XBRL blog)


Reports about the quality of the official filings are quite positive. Numerous experts who have reviewed them attended the event I blogged about thrice last week (http://paulwilkinson.com) and were quite happy with them. Users can judge for themselves via the RSS feed listed in my Thursday post -- 17 new official XBRL posts so far today alone.

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well its soo good to see this information in your post, i was looking the same but there was not any proper resource, thanx now i have the thing which i was looking for my research.


My company provides xbrl and SEC EDGAR filing service with just $ 100 per filing

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I think a financial consultant will help you on this one. We can also go see a tax expert for the matter.

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