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- XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) is an XML-based open standard for accounting data; author Charles Hoffman is credited with the idea of applying XML data to financial reporting
- Plan for XBRL implementation, set action-oriented agendas, and identify stakeholders and subject-matter experts within your organization
- Learn to choose from and adapt existing XBRL taxonomies to comply with US GAAP and IFRS standards
Topics also include how to adapt your existing financial information into XBRL.
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