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XBRL-US releases updated taxonomies for public review.

XBRL-US has released an updated GAAP Commercial and Industrial (US-GAAP-CI) taxonomy as well as a new GAAP Banking and Savings Institution (US-GAAP-BASI) taxonomy for public review. XBRL taxonomies are a description and classification system for the contents of financial statements and other business reporting documents to facilitate the exchange of financial information across all software formats. Interested parties are invited and strongly encouraged to perform a thorough review of these taxonomies. Comments and questions should be sent to Jeff Naumann at jnaumann@aicpa.org. The taxonomies can be found at the following addresses: Commercial & Industrial, www.xbrl.org/taxonomy/us/fr/gaap/ci/200 3-07-07/; and Banking & Savings Institutions, www.xbrl.org/taxonomy/us/fr/ gaap/basi/2003-07-07/.
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Title Annotation:technology; US GAAP - Commercial and Industrial Taxonomy; Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Publication:CPA Letter
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Feb 1, 2004
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