Register for the 1st Annual Exterus Fall Expo Today!

first_imgREGISTER ONLINE NOW AT is external) or is external)Exterus Technology for Business and Exterus Business Furniture will be hosting the 1st Annual Exterus Fall Expo 2007 at the Hilton Hotel in Burlington on November 27, 2007. The expo is a one-day exposition featuring 20 furniture and technology exhibitors, educational seminars, product demonstrations, prizes and more. This Expo is designed for new businesses, growing businesses, current office remodeling and those who need to keep abreast of constantly changing technology products and services. There will be educational seminars for attendees to explore the new products and services from both the furniture and technology industries. Registration is free and open to all Vermont professionals. Exterus Technology for Business provides hardware, software and service for all of your business information technology needs. Located in Shelburne, Vermont, Exterus is also a Premier Xerox Authorized Sales Agent with a mission to provide up-to-date technology, consulting, service and support to our customers to enable them to lower their cost of doing business. Exterus Business Furniture offers consultation services, space planning and design, and delivery and installation. Registered online now at is external) or is external)last_img read more

Lending to nonprofits: Considerations for credit analysis

first_imgU.S. nonprofits are growing in number, revenue and assets, according to the most recent data available on this important segment of the economy. Financial institutions considering lending to nonprofits may want to be aware of these recent financial trends, as well as some of the ways lending to these organizations might differ from lending to for-profit businesses.According to the Urban Institute’s “Nonprofit Sector in Brief 2015,” the number of nonprofits registered with the Internal Revenue Service increased by about 3,000 a year between 2003 and 2013. Religious congregations and organizations generating less than $50,000 in annual revenue aren’t required to register, however, so the total number of nonprofits is unknown, according to the report.Finances related to U.S. nonprofits are also opaque, considering only a small percentage is required to file some version of Form 990, the return for organizations exempt from income tax. Based on filings with the IRS, however, reporting nonprofits’ revenues and assets grew more quickly between 2012 and 2013 than did their expenses, the Urban Institute said. Revenues increased 3 percent to $2.26 trillion; assets rose 5.2 percent to $5.17 trillion, and expenses grew 1.7 percent to $2.10 trillion. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Loss of second Iowa Medicaid provider raises stability concerns

first_imgDES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The loss of a second major health care insurer in the Iowa Medicaid program is raising concerns about the stability of a system that serves about 600,000 poor and disabled people.Democratic lawmakers continued calls Monday for Gov. Kim Reynolds to reverse the move three years ago to privatize the program. They say the change is disrupting lives for vulnerable Iowans.Republican House Speaker Linda Upmeyer says leaders are monitoring the situation and will help constituents navigate the transition.Auditor Rob Sand says he’s investigating “multiple matters” involving the state Medicaid program but wouldn’t discuss specifics.UnitedHealthcare announced Friday it would leave Iowa’s $5 billion program in the coming months over money and “program design challenges.”Reynolds says the company made unacceptable demands.It is the second health care insurance provider to leave the Iowa program over money since it was handed over to private companieslast_img read more