Monthly Archives: November 2012

Don’t Be So Negative: XBRL Values (1/3)

Paul Warren recently revisited the popular discussion of negative values in XBRL . Many experts consider negative values the biggest quality/comparability issue in XBRL. If it’s that important, I want to chime in! This post is hopefully the first of a few on the subject. This post will focus on my experience in creating XBRL and the rationale I apply to the problem of “negative values”. Continue reading

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