XBRL, initialism from Inline eXtensible Business Reporting Language, is a technical standard for the description of financial and related data. XBRL compliance is a SEC mandate aimed at increasing transparency in financial reporting by companies.
Inline eXtensible Business Reporting Language introduces both human and computer-readable tags as the standard format for all companies’ financial statements tagged in XBRL.
XBRL is a standard for the electronic transmission of business and financial data intended to make financial information easier for investors, regulators and other users to find, compare and analyze. XBRL-formatted documents enable greater efficiency, improved accuracy and reliability to those involved in supplying and using financial and business information data.
XBRL is not an accounting standard.
XBRL exhibits included on this web page and displayed in their native XML format, provide investors, regulators and other users with the option of using a XBRL viewer of their choice.