What Is Statutory Reporting?

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Statutory reporting is the report that a company is legally obligated to publicly release in regards to their financial affairs. It is mostly used in the evaluation of the company's performance and reporting practices before investors can risk investment. The company's competitors may also need this data in their self evaluation.
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Statutory reporting are regulatory requirements that usually mandate the reporting of financial and non financial information to relevant government agencies. Every industry has its own additional set of statutory reporting laws and regulations.
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