Informational and financial disclosures, Financial Management

SEC Filings -Informational and financial DISCLOSURES required by SEC in order to comply with many sections of the Securities Act of 1933 and Securities and Exchange Act of1934. A number of the more common filings which publicly owned companies should submit are FORM 10-K, FORM 10-Q and FORM 8-K.

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