Tag Archive for XBRL

XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) is a form of reporting required by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) for all fully reporting companies publicly traded on U.S. exchanges. XBRL provides a common way for various systems to exchange specific financial information and provides a means to separate data from formatting. One of the main goals of XBRL is to facilitate the comparison of financial information across companies and across industries. XBRL must conform to the underlying accounting rules and reporting formats of the specific companies and industries creating the XBRL instance document(s). XBRL helps show where differences are and allows analysts and investors to spend more time focused on extracting real meaning from the information.

Mountain Share Transfer Adds Edgarization Services with Public Ease

Mountain Share Transfer is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with EDGAR and XBRL filing agent firm Publicease, Inc., (www.publicease.com) whereby clients of Mountain Share Transfer who utilize the services of Publicease are able to have a portion of their edgarization and XBRL fees credited towards their transfer agencies fees with Mountain Share Transfer.