Accountex 2016: iXBRL compliance reporting in 3 easy steps with DataTracks
DataTracks offer a fully assisted outsourced service for iXBRL conversion of financial statements. With more than 35,000 iXBRL statements prepared, our solution is sought after for its easy and user-friendly interface, quick turnaround time, customized packages to suit organizational needs, single-point account manager liaison and unparalleled customer support right through to successful filing with the HMRC/Revenue.
1. Register and log in
2. Pay and upload your files
3. Download your iXBRL report
DataTracks are recognized by HMRC as the first managed tagging service provider, are accredited by ICAEW and are powered by nearly 500 professionals with XBRL and Accounting Standards expertise. We are ISO certified for Quality and Information Security and have 8 of the top 15 accounting firms as our clients. Furthermore, we are trusted by thousands of companies for iXBRL conversion through our secure web portal.
The introduction of the UK’s new financial reporting regime is changing the way in which business combinations are accounted for in a number of significant ways. Have questions about presenting the financial statements under the new accounting standards? Visit our Stand A174 to talk to one of our representatives and discover your options. Psst! Don’t forget to collect your free goodies. Look forward to meeting you.
About DataTracks: DTracks Limited is a subsidiary of DataTracks Services Limited. With a track record of more than 10 years, DataTracks is a global leader in preparation of financial statements in XBRL and iXBRL formats for filing with regulators. DataTracks prepares more than 12,000 XBRL statements annually for filing with regulators such as SEC in the United States, HMRC in the United Kingdom, Revenue in Ireland, ACRA in Singapore and MCA in India.
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