WebFilings Releases Business Reporting Brief: Why Attention Deficit-Type Errors Have Been So Hard To Eliminate from SEC Reports
In WebFilings latest business reporting brief, Jerry Behar, a contributor to WebFilings, discusses “attention deficit errors” commonly found in 10-Qs or 10-Ks. These mistakes typically crop up as a result of reporting teams being pressed for time trying to meet SEC filing requirements and deadlines. In addition, this business reporting brief compares 10-Ks for Fortune 100 companies filed in 2010 vs. 2000 and finds that SEC documents have grown in complexity and size. What impact will the SEC’s XBRL mandate have on these attention deficit errors?
Read this brief and discover how your company can reduce the time, risk and cost associated with your SEC reporting process. Download “Why Attention Deficit-Type Errors Have Been So Hard To Eliminate from SEC Reports.”