SEC Insight, a private research company of Plymouth, Minn., has introduced a new website, secinsight.com, which will provide subscribers access to correspondence the SEC has had with individual public companies regarding accounting and disclosure issues, according to John Gavin, president of SEC Insight.

The subscription-based service will have documents that are publicly available for free from the SEC but are not available through EDGAR, the database of the standard documents companies must file with the SEC such as proxies and prospectuses.

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