What is SEC Form 10-K?
SEC Form 10-K is a report that public companies are required to file annually after the fourth fiscal quarter with the SEC. In accordance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, SEC Form 10-K needs to be filed with the SEC within a certain amount of time after the end of the fiscal year based on the company’s filer status: 60 days for Large Accelerated filers, 75 days for Accelerated filers and 90 days for all other filers.
Similar to the annual report, SEC Form 10-K provides investors with a comprehensive view of the company’s financial position and additional business disclosures, such as key operational details, market risks and corporate governance. All Form 10-Ks filed with the SEC are also publicly available on the SEC’s EDGAR online filing system. For support and additional information, explore our SEC reporting solutions.