What is 'SEC Form NT 10-K'

SEC Form NT 10-K is a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that a company must submit when it is unable to file its 10-K, or similar form, on time. The SEC Form 10-K is a document a company must file on an annual basis.

BREAKING DOWN 'SEC Form NT 10-K'

SEC Form NT 10-K provides a comprehensive summary of the company's financial performance and is widely utilized by financial analysts to perform a fundamental financial analysis of a publicly traded company. It must be filed by the company within 90 days of the end of its fiscal year. After submission of the SEC Form NT 10-K, the company must then file its 10-K within 15 days.

There are many forms that a publicly traded company must file with the Securities Exchange Commission throughout the course of a year. Form NT 10-K is covered under Rule 12b25 of the Securities Exchange Act.

Related filings include 10-K405, 10-K, 10-KSB405 and 10-KSB.

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