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File From Within SEC Publisher
SEC Publisher brings you the
most comprehensive, integrated solution for transmitting filings to the SEC. It
has capabilities to file both Live and
Test filings. Making last minute filing is also a breeze as you
can easily add or delete documents to the filing, all from within SEC Publisher.
Simple and fast
- Simply choose the documents to file and file with the click
of a button.
- You can file in both Test and Live modes.
No need to pick up graphics files separately for HTML
- SEC Publisher will automatically find and attach all graphics files
for your HTML filings.
Forms you need
- SEC Publisher has all the forms you need, 10K, 10Q, 8K, you name it.
- Each form shows you the fields SEC needs filled out and highlights required fields.
Library database stores frequently used filer, series information
- SEC Publisher's Library database stores filer information, CIK/CCC etc. for quick retrieval and entry into submissions, saving data-entry time and reducing errors.
- Library feature also stores series and class information for quick retrieval and entry into submissions for Mutual Funds and investment companies.
users can access the same Library at the same time.
- Submission form data can be easily validated to ensure that data
fields contain legal values and required fields contain values.
- The user may validate form data at any time during the submission creation
- You can print the submission information for a filing for proofing. All
the fields and the values entered into them will be printed in a table format.
Calculate filing fees
You can calculate your filing fees using SEC Publisher’s built-in fee calculator. You can also keep updated with the latest fee table from the SEC website with the click of a button.
Check filing status
The status of submissions can be checked from within SEC Publisher. It will download messages from the SEC related
to a user’s filings.
The user may instruct SEC Publisher to continue looking for messages even while creating or filing new submissions.
Multiple users may access the same mailbox at the same time.