COMPANIES LATE FILING: SOME SEC FORM NT 10-K FOR MARCH 2017
Companies Late Filing 10-K March 2017
These are some of the NT 10-K filings we found around the filing deadlines this month.
How it works: the Large Accelerated Filers (the biggest companies) need to file their 10-K annual reports within 60 days after their fiscal year end. For most companies, which have a December 31 end of year calendar, this filing deadline is March 1. That means they have until March 1 to file their 10-K at the SEC. If they know they will be filing that form late they file a NT10-K. In this filing the company outlines the reasons why it needs to file late.
The 10-K is the annual report filing with the SEC. It is often the most detailed and informative filing that the company makes all year. Many people consider it to be the most important. So, for edgar late filings, it can be very telling.
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Some of the Companies mentioned in this report include:
STON, BBCN, BBCN, HMSY, BLL, SYNT, ENV, CHK, CKH, ADPT, MHLD, DPLO, TASR, RIG, OA, FCF, CIT, SUPN, EXLS, TERP, NGHC, ANAT, ABCO, PAH, WEX, SRCL, AFSI, SHEN, HTZ, ALR, GMED, PRGO
Here is a bit more background. What is an NT filing and why does it matter? It is an SEC form required for companies that will not be able to submit their 10-Q filing (for quarterly financial results) by the SEC deadline or in a timely manner. SEC Form NT 10-Q requires the registrant's information and the reason why the 10-Q is delayed. (Source: Investopedia).
There are many reasons why a company would file an NT. Some can be very bad. On the other hand, it could be nothing, or even due to a merger which could be positive. Some people believe an NT filing in the quarterly period is more of a negative sign because those are easier to file on time. As for us, we're just sticking to the data. You can actually read the reasons as part of the filings. You will also see our financial meta tags on these filings which represent the underlying meaning of the document.
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