When must a Form 10-K be filed?
|Category of Filer (public float)
|Revised Deadlines For Filing Periodic Reports
|Form 10-K Deadline
|Form 10-Q Deadline
|Large Accelerated Filer ($700MM or more)
|Accelerated Filer ($75MM or more and less than $700MM)
|Non-accelerated Filer (less than $75MM)
What is a 10-K filing report?
A 10-K is a comprehensive report filed annually by public companies about their financial performance. The report is required by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is far more detailed than the annual report.
What companies are required to file a 10-K?
Most U.S. public compa- nies are required to produce a 10-K each year and file it with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). (Non-U.S. public companies usually file their annual reports with the SEC on different forms.)
What is a 8k report?
Form 8-K is known as a “current report” and it is the report that companies must file with the SEC to announce major events that shareholders should know about. Companies generally have four business days to file a Form 8-K for an event that triggers the filing requirement.
What is a 8K filing?
What is an 8-K? Form 8-K, also known as an 8K, is a form that is filed by public companies to notify their shareholders and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) when an unscheduled material event takes place.
What is an 8K report?
What is an 8K filing?
Do private companies have to file a 10-K?
Unlike public companies, private companies are not required to file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), so the type of information and the depth of information that can be found in those documents is not necessarily going to be available for private companies.
Why would a company file an 8K?
Form 8-K, also known as an 8K, is a form that is filed by public companies to notify their shareholders and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) when an unscheduled material event takes place.
When must a company file an 8K?
The SEC requires companies to file an 8-K to announce significant events relevant to shareholders. Companies have four business days to file an 8-K for most specified items. Public companies use Form 8-K as needed, unlike some other forms that must be filed annually or quarterly.