Anand Khemlani

Author's details

Name: Anand Khemlani
Date registered: December 15, 2010
URL: http://fulcrum.com

Biography

I am a founding member of Fulcrum Inquiry, an accounting and economic consulting firm that performs damage analysis for commercial litigation, forensic accountings, financial investigations, and business valuations. I am a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and am a licensed Real Estate Broker. I regularly serve as an expert witness involving results of my forensic accounting assignments and damage analyses. My resume is available on Fulcrum's website

Latest posts

  1. Identity Theft Tops Consumer Fraud List — February 28, 2014
  2. Have You Considered Refinancing? — February 14, 2014
  3. Top Risks for 2014 — February 10, 2014
  4. 2013 Worst Passwords Revealed — February 6, 2014
  5. Millennials Holding on to Cash — January 31, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Should the U.S. Eliminate the $1 Bill and Save $5.5 Billion? — 4 comments
  2. Is Apple the Most Valuable Company on Earth? Maybe Not! — 3 comments
  3. Your Human Capital May Be Your Biggest Asset — 3 comments
  4. IMF Says China’s Economy to Surpass America’s in 2016 — 3 comments
  5. Hidden Fee will Cause Mortgage Rates to Rise — 3 comments

Author's posts listings

Feb 28

Identity Theft Tops Consumer Fraud List

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) released the agency’s Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book 2013, which summarized consumer complaints.  There were over 2.1 million complaints reported in 2013.  The following table summarizes the top ten types of complaints filed in 2013:   Category No. of Complaints Identity Theft 290,056 Debt Collection 204,644 Bank and Lenders 152,707 …

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Feb 14

Have You Considered Refinancing?

Interest rates have been near historical lows in the recent past.  Even though they are not at the lows we saw in 2012 and early 2013, they are still low.  This provides a ripe opportunity for homeowners to refinance their homes.  A recent article from The Daily Ticker, by Aaron Task, highlights some important facts …

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Feb 10

Top Risks for 2014

Protiviti, a consulting firm, and North Carolina State University Enterprise Risk Management Initiative released the results of a joint study “Executive Perspectives of Top Risks for 2014”.  The survey contained responses from over 370 board members and executives from various industries.  The top 10 risk concerning these board members and executives are: Regulatory changes and …

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Feb 06

2013 Worst Passwords Revealed

SplashData released their 2013 list of “Worst Passwords of 2013”.  The list is compiled from files containing stolen passwords posted online.  The following table ranks the top 25 worst passwords for 2013 and compares them to 2012 and 2011.   Rank 2013 2012 2011 1 123456 password password 2 password 123456 123456 3 12345678 12345678 …

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Jan 31

Millennials Holding on to Cash

Who are Millennials?  They are known as Generation Y, who are between the ages of 21 and 36.  In a recent survey conducted by UBS,  Millennials are described as, Lazy. Entitled. Narcissistic. Spendthrifts. Digitally obsessed. Google the term ‘Millennial’ (ages 21-36), and these are some of the words you will find to describe this generation. …

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Jan 29

US Supreme Court to Hear Significant Copyright Case

Technology is changing at a rapid pace and this change touches on some serious legal issues.  A recent article by Marc Miller and Melissa Reinckens of DLA Piper discusses a case that will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.  The cases involves, Aereo, a New York-based startup technology company financed by Barry Diller, utilizes …

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Jan 27

$765 Million Settlement Not Enough!

A recent article by Case Funding Inc., indicated that Judge Anita Body had questions about the adequacy of the $765 million settlement between the NFL and NFL players.  The settlement relates to mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBI) that NFL players have suffered or may suffer in the future as a result of their NFL careers. …

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Jan 14

Interesting IRS Facts

As 2013 has come to an end, we all must start gathering our 2013 tax records to start preparing for the dreaded tax man.  Do you ever wonder how many returns or how much money the IRS collects?  Or how many audits are conducted? In the 2012 IRS Data Book, released by the IRS, contains …

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Jan 02

Most Productive Day of the Week?

According to a recent survey conducted by Accountemps, it is Tuesday.  Thirty-Nine percent of the Human Resources managers interviewed ranked  Tuesday as the most productive day of the week.  The survey was conducted by an independant research firm, with over 300 U.S. Human Resources managers being interviewed at companies with over 20 employees. How did …

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Dec 18

No GAAP yet for Bit Coins

Bit Coins are increasingly in the news.  Denise Lugo of Bloomberg BNA describes “Bit Coins” as: a type of virtual currency, which loosely put, is created when a complex mathematical algorithm is solved using high power computers.  It seems like overnight bit coins have become legitimate.” Ms. Lugo also summarized the FASB’s recent position at a …

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