“XBRL - The eXtensible Business Reporting Language ”

Registration is now open for SBR Conference 2009 Australia

8/15/2011 2:18:32 PM   Bron: XBRL.org

Sydney: Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour, 26-27 May 2009Melbourne: Melbourne Park Function Centre, 29 May 2009Standard Business Reporting (SBR) is revolutionising business-to-government reporting around the globe.When launched in July 2010, SBR will not only reduce the costs of reporting financial information to government, it will also help the business community to improve the quality of both internal and external reporting.Reporting effected includes, annual financial reports, business activity statements, tax returns, and payroll tax. Led by the Treasury, the government agencies involved are the Australian Taxation Office, Australian Securities and Investment Commission, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, and the state and territory revenue offices.The SBR Conference brings together national and international experts who will demonstrate what Australian business can expect from SBR, explore and discuss global financial reporting trends including open standards such as XBRL, what SBR means to business, accountants and software developers, and ultimately help you to discover what you need to do to implement SBR.  

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