Public Company XBRL-based Financial Report Quality Improves Again
Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 03:00PM
Charlie in Becoming an XBRL Master Craftsman, Creating Investor Friendly SEC XBRL Filings

Here is this month's quality report of XBRL-based public company financial filings to the SEC.  To remind you, I am measuring these reports against a set of basic, fundamental accounting concept relations.  Below is the summary by generator (software vendor/filing agent) and what percentage of their reports are consistent with all of these basic, fundamental accounting concept relations:

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This month I added a few new features to this information.  This is the summary:

Here is a summary of the inconsistencies by type of inconsistency with the code used for that type of inconsistency and a count of the number of such inconsistencies:

From that dashboard you can get to the crash course in the fundamental accounting concept relations so that you understand what they are and how they work.  Need more details?  Check out the updated Digital Financial Reporting Principles document.

 

* * * PRIOR RESULTS * * *

Previous fundamental accounting concept relations consistency results reported: February 29, 2016; January 31, 2016; December 31, 3015; November 30, 2015; October 31, 2015; September 30, 2015; August 31, 2015; July 31, 2015; June 30, 2015; May 29, 2015; April 1, 2015; November 29, 2014.

Article originally appeared on Intelligent XBRL-based structured digital financial reporting using US GAAP and IFRS (http://xbrl.squarespace.com/).
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