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XBRL Filing
XBRL is a tool which helps us in analyzing all financial & other technical data in a systematic manner. It makes all technical information & data readable & we would not require segregating the information for analysis. It requires tagging of all financial data electronically through software which makes data readable.

 

Earlier Companies in Delhi used to prepare & file all financial information in different format like word, Excel, Pdf which one can read but to analyse them, if Companies wants to have information collated at one place then they didn’t have any tool for that.

 

 

XBRL Filling is Applicable on following Business entities
  • All India listed companies and their Indian subsidiaries.
  • All companies with paid up capital of Rupees Five Cr. or above.
  • All companies with turnover of Rupees Hundred Cr. or above.
  • All Companies which are covered under (Extensible Business Reporting Language) Rules, 2011
  • Companies in Banking, Insurance, Power Industries and NBFC’s are exempted from XBRL Filing.

     

    Who can benefit from using XBRL?
    All types of companies can use XBRL tool to automate the data collection process and distribution to various stakeholders. User can be benefitted in the following ways:
  • Saving costs
  • Improvement in efficiency in managing business technical information – financial or cost.
  • XBRL, being extensible and flexible, can be adapted to a wide variety of requirements. All stakeholders whether they are preparers, transmitters or users of business data in the financial information supply chain can benefit from the use of XBRL.

     

    Cost XBRL Filling is Applicable on following Business entities:
    Companies covered under these Companies (cost records and audit) Rules, 2014 shall, within a period of 30 days from the date of receipt cost audit report, submit such report along with full information and explanation on every qualification or reservation contained therein to the Central Government, in form CRA-4.

     

    Documents Required for Filling Financial Information Through XBRL?
  • Balance-Sheet.
  • Profit & Loss Account.
  • Notice of AGM, Company’s Directors’ report & Auditors’ report.
  • Details of shareholding of the company for filing e-form MGT-7.
  • Details of Share holders.
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    Documents Required for Filling Cost Audit Report Through XBRL:
  • Cost Audit Report in form CRA-3.
  • Challan of CRA-2 filed for appointment of Cost Auditor
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    How We can assist?
  • We will file your financial statements on your behalf by generating XBRL based statements for your company.
  • We in India’s dedicated Accounting Advisory Services practice provides accounting advisory services to clients across industry sectors. Our team includes professionals with experience in accounting and financial reporting principles and processes, including XBRL.
  • BENEFITS OF XBRL FILING

    Business Reporting and Analysis

    XBRL offers major benefits at all stages of business reporting and analysis.

    Cost Saving & Faster

    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.

    Improve Efficency

    All types of organizations can use XBRL to save costs and improve efficiency in handling business and financial information. Because XBRL is extensible and flexible, it can be adapted to a wide variety of different requirements.

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
    The following classes of companies have to file the Financial Statements in XBRL Form:
  • All companies listed in India and their Indian subsidiaries.
  • All companies having a turnover of Rs.100 crore and above.
  • However banking companies, insurance companies, power companies and Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) are exempted for XBRL filing.
    Following are the information required for XBRL Filling
  • Name of the Company.
  • Name of the Directors of the Company.
  • DIN of the Directors of the Company.
  • Date of Board of Directors’ meeting.
  • Date of Signing of Balance Sheet.
  • Financial Year for which annual filing form is filed.
  • Date of AGM.
  • Details of Subsidiary Company.
  • Name, PAN & Membership No. of Auditor.
  • Details of Balance Sheet of the Company.
  • Details w.r.t. Companies (Auditor’s Report) Order, 2003 (CARO).
  • Details of Dividend, EPS during the period.
  • Name of the Authorised director with DSC for filing annual filing forms.
  • Following are the Documents required for XBRL Filling
  • Balance-Sheet.
  • Profit & Loss Account.
  • Notice of AGM, Board of Directors’ report & Auditors’ report of the Company.
  • Details of shareholding of the Company
  • Details of Share holders.
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