A laptop displaying a quarterly report

GoFiler Suite

Streamline financial reporting with compliance software that fits your organization.

A man writing computer code on a whiteboard


Develop a large range of scripts and programs using a new structured scripting language.

Inline XBRL

Inline XBRL

Learn more about Inline XBRL reporting requirements and how to create Inline XBRL using GoFiler.


SEC, CFTC Approve Final Rule on Security Futures Margin and Request Comments on Portfolio Margining


On October 22nd, the SEC and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) convened for their first collaborative open meeting to vote on rulemaking efforts. The meeting embodies the agencies’ ongoing efforts to further achieve their shared regulatory objectives and better serve the markets and investors while exploring potential opportunities for efficiencies in portfolio margining. The markets the agencies regulate are extremely interconnected, making coordination vital to regulatory effectiveness.

Read More

Posted: October 27, 2020 11:40 am by The Novaworks Team in SEC News

XBRL US to Present October 28 Webinar: Standards for Regulators – Defining and Readying the Data Model

October 23, 2020 9:45 am – XBRL US will host a free webinar on Wednesday, October 28 to discuss whether regulators can build an efficient, cost-effective data standards program that establishes a long-term infrastructure while allowing for rapid responses to changing reporting needs. [...]

SEC to Host Virtual Panel with Women Entrepreneurs of Color on October 28th

October 22, 2020 5:00 pm – The SEC has announced that it will host a free, virtual webinar entitled “Women of Color Entrepreneurs on Being Powerful Voices for Access to Capital” on October 28, 2020 at 7 p.m. ET. [...]

SEC Revises Auditor Independence Rules

October 22, 2020 10:07 am – The SEC approved final rule amendments to revise certain auditor independence requirements in Rule 2-01 of Regulation S-X to concentrate more effectively on relationships and services that may threaten an auditor’s neutrality. [...]