a report required to be filed quarterly with the Securities and Exchange Commission by all companies with publicly traded securities; it includes unaudited financial statements.
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Quarterly reports filed with the SEC that contain interim financial and other information for investors.
A financial report the SEC requires companies to submit quarterly. This unaudited form includes briefer, less detailed financial statements than those in the annual report.
Quarterly reports containing interim information that is "material"—important for investors to know. These must be filed with the SEC.
Quarterly reports filed with the SEC that contain interim information that investors need to know.
SEC filing which is the quarterly report due 45 days after each of the first three quarter.ends of each fiscal year.
The SEC requires most publicly traded companies to file certain pro forma financial information each quarter on Form 10-Q. 10-Q are public and you may obtain them online by accessing EDGAR, a service offered by the SEC. ( www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml )
Form 10-Q is an SEC filing that must be filed quarterly with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. It contains similar information to the annual form 10-K, however the information is generally less detailed, and the financial statements are generally unaudited. Information for the final quarter of a firm's fiscal year is included in the 10-K, so only three 10-Q filings are made each year.