OFFISTRA Released SEC Filing Deadlines Calendar, Including SEC EDGAR Hours of Operation and Holidays

OFFISTRA, a registered SEC filing agent, has just released its SEC EDGAR filing deadlines calendar for public use. This interactive calendar has been developed to help filers comply with SEC rules and regulations within the strict deadlines.

Portland, OR, US - August 1, 2020 —

OFFISTRA is pleased to announce the official release of its new SEC filing deadlines calendar. As a full-service SEC EDGAR filing agent, the company offers a complete range of electronic document conversion and filing solutions to public companies, mutual funds, investment firms and individuals that are required to file periodically with the EDGAR system.

This filing calendar from OFFISTRA is available for public use at https://offistraedgarfiling.com/filing-calendar/.

The SEC filing may be referred to as a financial report or other formal document submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Regular SEC filings are mandatory for public companies, large investors, and certain insiders. This filing is extremely important because while evaluating a company for investment purposes, investors rely on the information made public by the SEC. OFFISTRA is a SEC registered filing agent with a range of cost effective disclosure solutions such as EDGAR, SEDAR, XBRL and DATAFEED. It has been meeting the needs of SEC reporting entities since 2011.

In order to ensure compliance with SEC rules and regulations, all filers are required to file their forms, press releases and reports within the stringent deadlines. The new interactive calendar from OFFISTRA helps filers with useful features such as event export to Apple and Google calendar, searchable deadlines based on form or filer type, and information related to SEC hours of operation and holidays.

In addition to information on deadlines, OFFISTRA is also providing lists of SEC public forms, which can be downloaded in several formats. Using filters based on form type, users can find out the deadlines and guidance for different annual reports in OFFISTRA’s calendar. Likewise, the SEC Filing Forms page also provides downloadable instructions and templates for many annual reports including SEC Annual Report Form 10-K.

“Our experts have worked hard to develop the SEC Filing deadlines calendar and we are delighted to offer it for public use. We highly recommend our service for filing reports to meet filing deadlines, avoid SEC filing rejection, and ensure compliance with SEC filing standards,” said a senior spokesperson Mr. Robert Cooper, OFFISTRA’s Chief Operating Officer.

To find out more about OFFISTRA and its SEC filing forms list, please visit the company’s official website.

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