Calcbench, Inc.

A member of our Intermediary / Aggregator community since June, 2013.

Calcbench is one of the first companies to fully harness the power of the new, government mandated data standard called XBRL. With a direct line into the SEC’s corporate financial data repository, Calcbench provides data with a whole new level of detail, faster, and at a much better value.


Calcbench Newsletter (September 2017)

In this issue:

  • Health of the health insurers
  • Business services sector: key metrics
  • Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s list of priorities for inspecting audit firms this year
  • FASB’s new standard for hedge accounting

Calcbench Newsletter (July 2017)

In this issue:

  • Sector in focus: Gift card revenue in retail
  • Mentioning Trump Administration in risk factors
  • New reporting technology catching on

Calcbench Newsletter (June 2017)

In this issue:

  • Employee severance costs, 2014-2017
  • Gleaning intelligence on Hulu’s finances
  • SEC speaks on new revenue standard

Calcbench Newsletter (May 2017)

In this issue:

  • Goodwill impairment turns around
  • Leasing costs in the Internet sector
  • Patterns in deferred revenue, 2011-2016

Calcbench Newsletter (April 2017)

In this issue:

  • Reading the tea leaves of net income in Q4
  • R&D Spending on the Rise, 2013-2016
  • Long look at banking sector interest income

Calcbench Newsletter (March 2017)

In this issue:

  • An early look at 2016 annual reports
  • Operating margins at large filers, 2013-2016
  • Share repurchase programs, through Q3 2016

Calcbench Newsletter (February 2017)

In this issue:

  • U.S vs International Sales at Large Filers.
  • Early look at large banks’ 2016 revenue streams.
  • Revenue and PPE trends in retail.
  • Sizing the FCPA pipeline.
  • FASB proposes tweaks to debt classification.
  • Look, a non-GAAP enforcement action!

Calcbench Newsletter (January 2017)

In this issue: Walmart anti-corruption costs. Walmart has been mired in a long-running investigation of possible bribery to secure permits in Mexico, India, and elsewhere. Just how much money has this cost the world’s largest company since the investigation began in 2011? At least $820 million—a number you can find quickly and easily in the […more]


Calcbench Newsletter (December 2016)

In this issue: Predictive analysis and going concern warnings. A new standard goes into effect this month to impose more discipline around how companies assess their ability to continue as a going concern. Calcbench did an experiment to see how quickly we could identify filers with multiple poor financial metrics—which, in turn, could help analysts […more]