CT Computations and XBRL


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Alan Secker

In the not-too-distant future, CT Returns, Accounts and computations will
need to be in XBRL format.

At present, we can generate 2 out of 3. The third one being computations.

for many years we have generated these in Excel.
Does anyone know of anything that would assist us in continuing to do so AND
output the result in XBRL format as well?
 
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Martin

Alan Secker said:
In the not-too-distant future, CT Returns, Accounts and computations will
need to be in XBRL format.

At present, we can generate 2 out of 3. The third one being computations.

for many years we have generated these in Excel.
Does anyone know of anything that would assist us in continuing to do so
AND
output the result in XBRL format as well?
AIUI, 2 out of 3 puts you ahead of most people.

The whole issue is being discussed at length on accountancyweb.co.uk, where
one or two folk say they will be offering the facility soon. Worth
signing-up to read what's being said.

HTH
 
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Jonathan Bryce

Alan said:
In the not-too-distant future, CT Returns, Accounts and computations will
need to be in XBRL format.

At present, we can generate 2 out of 3. The third one being computations.

for many years we have generated these in Excel.
Does anyone know of anything that would assist us in continuing to do so
AND output the result in XBRL format as well?
Sage Corporation Tax only manages 1 out of 3 at the moment. The accounts
and computations get submitted as pdf attachments.
 
M

Martin

Martin said:
AIUI, 2 out of 3 puts you ahead of most people.

The whole issue is being discussed at length on accountancyweb.co.uk
.... oops - that's accountingweb.co.uk

Sorry....
 
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PeterSaxton

In the not-too-distant future, CT Returns, Accounts and computations will
need to be in XBRL format.

At present, we can generate 2 out of 3. The third one being computations.

for many years we have generated these in Excel.
Does anyone know of anything that would assist us in continuing to do so AND
output the result in XBRL format as well?
Digita, my software provider, will certainly do it. But I'm sure the
majority of them will do it by April 2011.
 

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