- 2018 US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy Excluding Taxonomy Disclosure Templates
- Taxonomy Disclosure Templates Only
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Guidance and Supporting Documents include:
- 2018 US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy Release Notes
Narrative summary of taxonomy changes since 2017 release
- Modifications to the 2018 US GAAP Taxonomy (Excel Version)
- Taxonomy change details since 2017 release in spreadsheet format
- FASB Extension Taxonomy Change Application (TC App)
This application helps users quickly identify changes in the elements that are used in an existing XBRL extension taxonomy resulting from a new Taxonomy release. Save and unzip the TC App to a local drive and follow instructions in the User Guide contained therein.
- 2018 US GAAP Taxonomy (Excel Version)
- Taxonomy in a spreadsheet format to facilitate taxonomy review.
- 2014 US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy Architecture
Explains the taxonomy design rationale and how the architecture satisfies stakeholder requirements. No change from 2014.
- 2018 US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy Technical Guide
Provides technical details of the taxonomy.
- 2018 US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy File Reference
List and URL location for all files contained in the taxonomy
- Download 2018 US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy
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Questions about using this taxonomy for creating and submitting eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) tagged interactive data files in compliance with SEC rules should be directed to the SEC Office of Interactive Disclosure. SEC contact details and guidance are available at the SEC’s portal on XBRL. The SEC currently supported taxonomies are listed on the "Standard Taxonomies" page.
FASB Staff Issues for Comment a Proposed GAAP Taxonomy Implementation Guide, Financing Receivable and Current Expected Credit Loss Disclosures and a Proposed Taxonomy Implementation Note Style Guide (June 29, 2021)