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What is an SEC Comment Letter, Really?November 25, 2013
One of the most important underlying goals of all SEC accountants is to avoid receiving the dreaded SEC Comment letter. But what are they exactly and how can you avoid receiving one? According to the SEC the term ”comment letters” may refer either to the letters that individuals and entities submit in response […]
Stop Cramming for the K: 3 Top Ways to Avoid the 10-K All-Nighter
As our team begins to prepare for the upcoming K season my mind drifts back to this same time of year during college. Specifically, the distinction between 10-Qs and 10-Ks comes to mind and the analogy of college examinations. The 10-Qs resemble the smaller mid-term exams, whereas the 10-Ks are the financial reporting […]
Back to the FutureOctober 11, 2013
Google Blames R.R. Donnelley for Premature Earnings Release: One Year Later One year ago this month the financial printer, R.R. Donnelly, was accused of telling Google’s financial story before it was ready to go to market. The premature release of results that showed a profit shortfall which caused shares to “plunge” and made Chief Executive […]