What is SEC Form 10-Q?
SEC Form 10-Q is a performance report that public companies are required to file with the SEC on a quarterly basis for the first three quarters of the fiscal year. In accordance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, it provides investors with an ongoing, comprehensive view of a company’s financial position during the year, including unaudited financial statements. Each quarterly report generally compares the prior quarter to the current one, and the same quarter last year to the current one.
A company’s Form 10-Q must also be provided to any shareholder upon request, though are usually made available on the website. All Form 10-Qs 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.