The 3 most common filings are the 10-K, the 10-Q, and the 8-K.
A 10-K is a comprehensive report filed annually by a publicly-traded company about its financial performance and is required by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)...Some of the information a company is required to document in the 10-K includes its history, organizational structure, financial statements, earnings per share, subsidiaries, executive compensation, and any other relevant data.
Form 10-Q is a comprehensive quarterly report of a company's performance and includes relevant information about its financial position. The company files a 10-Q three times a year as the 10-K is filed in the fourth quarter.
Form 8-K must be filed whenever companies announce major events of which shareholders must be made aware.
In the company's record: the latest 10K (annual) and 10Q (quarterly) filings are linked below your company's name, as shown here:
If you wish to see all the SEC filings for your selected company, scroll down on the left navigation to News, Events & Filings:
There is also a filings and annual reports search page with an advanced search option. Use this to search multiple companies or ticker symbols (separated with a comma), executive name, and more.