General SEC Filing Questions
Using the EDGAR filing website, Colonial can update your EDGAR codes for free. Codes that can be updated include:
- filer's name, address, phone
- company's IRS number
- company's state of incorporation
- company's fiscal year end
- Billing contact's name, address, phone
- EDGAR contact's name, address, phone, email
Name changes must be approved by the SEC and will not show up on the SEC's site until the next filing.
The EDGAR filer manual indicates that an EDGAR submission may contain up to 612 documents. Here is a list of the different document types:
- 1 submission document
- 100 correspondence documents
- 10 cover documents
- 500 exhibits
- 1 EU-1 NASAA document
If you know what the record is for most documents filed in a single submission, we will provide a free filing for you of up to 10 pages.
The SEC EDGAR system makes available the option of redlining amended text in the EDGAR submission. The highlighted text will be bolded in a magenta color in order to differentiate it from data that was not changed.
Special <R> tags that are only viewable to the SEC and not to the public are used to redline changes. Colonial can generate two proofs: one for each the redline and clean versions. Typically, redlines should only be included on registrations statement amendments and as directed by the SEC.
We provide during and after-hour filing services at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general inquiries, email or call us at 801-355-5740.