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Top 7 Financial Reporting New Year ResolutionsJanuary 6, 2014
Personal finance New Year resolutions are a dime a dozen (or sometimes even cheaper) this time of year. However, when was the last time your financial reporting team made New Year resolutions? We’re talking about the kind of resolutions that inspire you and will make your entire company better by year end. Our guess is you probably haven’t given it much thought with the usual, stressful, end-of-year financial reporting projects, including preparation for the ominous K filing. So, we’..Read More
Are Accountants Finally Thinking Outside of the Box and Inside the Hypercube?December 11, 2013
Demystify dimensions for XBRL’s Multi dimensional constructs 3D movies are now becoming the heavy hitters at the box office. We like 3D because of the additional context of depth. If you consider sound as the fourth dimension the experience becomes even more immersive. It took a long time for animation to come from two dimensional films of old to today’s 3D standard, but how does that even relate to XBRL? We know the background from the foreground in 2D movies, but it is not..Read More
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 to requests for public comment on SEC rule proposals or concept releases, or to correspondence between SEC staff and SEC filers. The SEC’s comments are in r..Read More