XBRL Filing

10,000.00

All Inclusive Fees

(EMI: Rs.909.77 for 12 months)*

Description

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Important Points

  • Process will involve 2 working days
  • Company Financial will be needed
  • Work Handled by Professionals
  • Quality Services at very reasonable price
  • Completely Online Service- No Physical visit required

About XBRL Filing

XBRL is a language for electronic communication of business and financial data, which has revolutionized business reporting around the world. It provides major benefits in the preparation, analysis and communication of business information. Moreover, it offers cost savings, greater efficiency and improved accuracy and reliability to all those involved in supplying or using financial data. XBRL stands for eXtensible Business Reporting Language. XBRL is already being put to practical use in a number of countries and implementations of XBRL are growing rapidly around the world.

XBRL provides a language in which reporting terms can be authoritatively defined. Those terms can then be used to uniquely represent the contents of financial statements or other kinds of compliance, performance and business reports. XBRL lets reporting information move between organisations rapidly, accurately and digitally.

XBRL Filing Process

  • Step- 1 Submit Company’s Financial’s 

    (First step is to submit Company’s Balance Sheet & P & L Account)

  • Step- 3 Generate XML & Submit MCA 

    (Once Information get recorded, then generate xml file & Submit to MCA.)

  • Step- 2 Coding of Financials Information

    (Our Team will follow-up with you while coding all information.)

  • Step- 1 Submit Company’s Financial’s 

    (First step is to submit Company’s Balance Sheet & P & L Account)

  • Step- 2 Coding of Financials Information

    (Our Team will follow-up with you while coding all information.)

  • Step- 3 Generate XML & Submit MCA 

    (Once Information get recorded, then generate xml file & Submit to MCA.)

Pricing for XBRL Filing

Listed Company’s

Price- Rs. 17,999 /-

Subsidiary of Listed Company’s

Price- Rs. 14,999 /-

Cost Audit Report XBRL Filing

Price- Rs. 19,999 /-

Other Pvt/Public Companies XBRL Filing

Price- Rs. 12,999 /-

Listed Company’s

Price- Rs. 17,999 /-

Subsidiary of Listed Company’s

Price- Rs. 14,999 /-

Cost Audit Report XBRL Filing

Price- Rs. 19,999 /-

Other Pvt/Public Companies XBRL Filing

Price- Rs. 12,999 /-

Requirement of XBRL Filing

  • A. The following class of companies shall file their financial statement and other documents under section 137 of the Act, with the Registrar in e-form AOC-4 XBRL:

    (i) all companies listed with any Stock Exchange(s) in India and their Indian subsidiaries; or
    (ii) all companies having paid up capital of rupees five crore or above;
    (iii) all companies having turnover of rupees hundred crore or above; or
    (iv) all companies which were hitherto covered under the Companies
    (Filing of Documents and Forms in Extensible Business Reporting Language) Rules, 2011: Provided that the companies in Banking, Insurance, Power Sector and Non-Banking Financial companies are exempted from XBRL filing.

  • B. Filing of Cost Auditor Report:

    A company required to furnish cost audit report and other documents to the Central Government under sub-section (6) of section 148 of the Act and rules made there-under, shall file such report and other documents using the XBRL taxonomy given in Annexure-III for the financial years commencing on or after 1st April, 2014 in e-Form CRA-4 specified under the Companies (Cost Records and Audit) Rules, 2014.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

01. What is eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL)?

XBRL is a language for electronic communication of business and financial data, which has revolutionized business reporting around the world. It provides major benefits in the preparation, analysis and communication of business information. Moreover, it offers cost savings, greater efficiency and improved accuracy and reliability to all those involved in supplying or using financial data. XBRL stands for eXtensible Business Reporting Language. XBRL is already being put to practical use in a number of countries and implementations of XBRL are growing rapidly around the world.

02. What are the advantages of XBRL?

XBRL offers major benefits at all stages of business reporting and analysis. The benefits are seen in automation, cost saving, faster, more reliable and more accurate handling of data, improved analysis and in better quality of information and decision-making. XBRL enables producers and consumers of financial data to switch resources away from costly manual processes, typically involving time-consuming comparison, assembly and re-entry of data. They are able to concentrate effort on analysis, aided by software which can validate and manipulate XBRL information. XBRL is a flexible language, which is intended to support all the current aspects of reporting in different countries and industries. Its extensible nature means that it can be adjusted to meet particular business requirements, even at the individual organization level.

03. How do companies benefit by presenting financial data in XBRL?

XBRL enhances the usability of financial statement information. The need to re-key financial data for analytical and other purposes can be eliminated. By presenting its statements in XBRL, a company can benefit investors and improve its profile. Moreover, it also helps meet the requirements of regulators, lenders and others consumers of financial information, who are increasingly demanding reporting in XBRL. Thus it also helps enhance business relations and corporate image and lead to a range of benefits.
With complete adoption of XBRL, companies can automate data collection. For example, data from different company divisions with different accounting systems can be assembled quickly, cheaply and efficiently. Once data is gathered in XBRL, different types of reports using varying subsets of the data can be produced with minimum effort. A company’s finance division, for example, could quickly and reliably generate internal management reports, financial statements for publication, tax and other regulatory filings, as well as credit reports for lenders. Not only can data handling be automated, removing time-consuming, error-prone processes, but the data can be checked by software for accuracy.

04. What is an XBRL Document?

An XBRL document comprises the taxonomy and the instance document. Taxonomy contains description and classification of business & financial terms, while the instance document is made up of the actual facts and figures. Taxonomy and Instance document together make up the XBRL document.

What is Taxonomy?

Taxonomy can be referred as an electronic dictionary of the reporting concepts. Taxonomy consists of all the data definitions, the basic XBRL properties and the interrelationships amongst the concepts. It includes terms such as net income, EPS, cash, etc. Each term has specific attributes that help define it, including label and definition and potentially references. Taxonomies may represent hundreds or even thousands of individual business reporting concepts, mathematical and definitional relationships among them, along with text labels in multiple languages, references to authoritative literature, and information about how to display each concept to a user.

What is an Instance document?

An XBRL instance document is a business report in an electronic format created according to the rules of XBRL. It contains facts that are defined by the elements in the taxonomy it refers to, together with their values and an explanation of the context in which they are placed. XBRL Instances contain the reported data with their values and “contexts”. Instance document must be linked to at least one taxonomy, which defines the contexts, labels or references.