For several reasons:Our Accounting and XBRL expertise
We have over 400 accounting and XBRL experts who are honed by preparing more than 100,000 regulatory reports so far.
We have been preparing XBRL documents for more than 13 years and serve 6 of the Top 10 accounting firms in the UK.
Our service capability
Our service delivery team operates round the clock, ensuring high level of accuracy and timely delivery. We are equipped to handle high volumes of work any time of the year.
Our quality and Information Security
We are ISO certified for Quality (ISO 9001:2015) and Information Security (ISO 27001:2013).
Our competitive prices
We offer one of the most competitive prices in the market with our iXBRL tagging services starting at just £88 per file and Country-by-Country Reporting services at just £600 per report.
You can track the progress of your work all the time the work is under execution by logging into your user account. We will notify you by email when your work is completed and the output is ready for you to download.
The following inputs are required:
If you want us to tag your financial statements:
Financial statement (as a spreadsheet, word processor document or PDF file)
If you want us to tag your Tax computations along with financial statements:
Tax computations (as a spreadsheet, word processor document or PDF file)
Depending upon your requirement, you will receive either tagged financial statements (in iXBRL format) and tagged Tax computation (in iXBRL format)
You will receive the completed output as an HTML file.
Additionally, you would also receive a document to aide you in reviewing iXBRL tags.
The iXBRL outputs will be uploaded to your user account. You can download the same by logging into your account.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org your requirements (specifying the changes you desire). We would execute the changes you desire at no extra cost; as many times as you desire. We are with you all the way until you file your return.
You can contact our support team either by sending an email to email@example.com or by reaching them directly on +44 20 3608 8035 x 204
You need just one user account even if you are a bulk user covering several filing entities or a holding company covering several subsidiaries.
Users with over 100 entities can use a “bulk service” rather than the web site. You transmit inputs to us and receive outputs from us directly through FTP in a secure VPN and pay us directly for services. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Upload the input documents should be done immediately after the payment process is completed. This will ensue no delay in processing your input and timely submission.
Yes, you can. If upload is interrupted, you can resume any time by entering the job number.
If you take more than 3 hours to confirm your inputs after upload, the delivery of output may get delayed beyond the deadline indicated in the order.
You will need to send a mail to email@example.com if your upload is delayed.
Once your job is completed, an email will be sent to you confirming the completion of the job.
At the login screen, click the Forgot Password button to reset your account password. You will be asked to enter your username and will then be asked to answer your security question. If you answer correctly, you will receive a new password immediately to the email address you provided at the time of registration.
Our price depends on the following:
|Page Band||Our prices vary based upon the number of pages in the financial statement|
|Turnaround time||Our standard charges apply if you provide us 10 days or more turnaround time. For shorter turnaround times additional charges apply.|
|Volume discounts||Discounts are available for orders involving 15 or more entities in a year|
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Inline iXBRL (iXBRL) is a HTML based file. It retains the author’s layout, style and branding and can be viewed on a web browser. The document looks the same to both the author and reader, while incorporating computer readable iXBRL tags.
Two skill sets are required:
Yes, we can tag all applicable taxonomies (FRSs & UK GAAP/FRSSE).
XBRL (Extensible Business Reporting Language) is a web based computer language written specifically for business reporting. The aim is that all Corporation Tax Returns and Financial statements of companies will be tagged within XBRL using descriptions predefined by HMRC and by the UK GAAP/UK IFRS taxonomies.
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is a standard way of marking up a document so it can be published on the World Wide Web and viewed in a browser. It provides a set of pre-defined tags that describe on how content appears in a browser. For example, it describes the font and color of text. It gives little information on meaning or context.
XML (Extensible Markup Language) uses tags to identify the meaning, context and structure of data.
XML is a standard language which is maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). XML does not replace HTML; it is a complementary format that is platform independent, allowing XML data to be rendered on any device such as a computer, cell phone, PDA or tablet device. It enables rich, structured data to be delivered in a standard, consistent way.
Whereas HTML offers a fixed, pre-defined number of tags, XML neither defines nor limits the tags. Instead, XML provides a framework for defining tags (i.e. taxonomy) and the relationship between them (i.e. schema).
XBRL is an XML-based schema that focuses specifically on the requirements of business reporting. XBRL builds upon XML, allowing accountants and regulatory bodies to identify items that are unique to the business reporting environment. The XBRL schema defines how to create XBRL documents and XBRL taxonomies, providing users with a set of business information tags that allows them to identify business information in a consistent way. XBRL is also extensible in that users are able to create their own XBRL taxonomies that define and describe tags unique to a given environment.
The Common Data Taxonomy is adjunct to the UK GAAP; it provides a number of reporting concepts that are likely to be common and GAAP-independent.
To help with the introduction of mandatory online filing for returns, HMRC will initially accept accounts and Corporation Tax computations with only some of the data needing to be tagged. HMRC has already published 'minimum tagging lists' for the UK GAAP and Corporation Tax computational taxonomies and will be doing so for UK-IFRS. These lists specify the items that must be tagged if they are present in any given set of accounts and computations. Companies may choose to adopt full tagging immediately. A minimum required level of tagging will continue indefinitely for Corporation Tax computations, although the contents of the list will vary over time to reflect new legislation. HMRC will eventually require all items in the accounts to be tagged, probably from April 2013. Until then, the expectation is that the minimum tagging lists for both the UK GAAP taxonomy and the UK IFRS taxonomy will stay relatively static. All taxonomies are revised periodically, typically annually, to recognize legislative changes and new accountancy standards and the minimum tagging lists may also be subject to revision to reflect these changes.
|Taxonomy||Full List||Minimum Tagging List|
|UK Common Data||1,028||Full Tagging required|
|Corporation Tax Computational||4,549||1,207|