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Non-profit Investment Education

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So you would like to know more about investing and personal-finance topics. Maybe you just want to get a handle on a few basics or maybe you want to impress finance professors with your erudition. As it turns out, subscription-free websites are some of the best places for both beginning and sophisticated investors to deepen their understanding. Here are seven of the better ones (listed in order, from basic to advanced). 1. InvestorED.ca is where Canadians can find the basics (and a bit more). The site is well organized and the writing is concise, making it easy and a pleasure to obtain information. Moreover, it's sponsored ...
that does not distribute its surplus funds to owners or shareholders, but instead uses them to help pursue its goals. Examples of NPOs include charities (i.e. charitable organizations ), trade unions , and public arts organizations. Most governments and government agencies meet this definition, but in most countries they are considered a separate type of organization and not counted as NPOs. They are in most countries exempt from income and property taxation .
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Amitai Etzioni: Warning: Profit-Making Colleges Are After You
Here we go again. Corporations are making money not by producing a product and marketing it, but by loading consumers with loans they cannot pay and then sticking the taxpayers with the bill. Only this time, it's not houses and mortgages but "higher" education and student loans. Here's how it works. Fly-by-night "educational entrepreneurs" -- people who run profit-making colleges -- buy small liberal arts colleges that are on the verge of collapse because of financial difficulties. This provides the profit-makers with coveted regional accreditation, which is needed to allow their students to take ... market research, surveys and trends
Taxation of Non Profit Organisations- Chapter VI under the Revised ...
The revised proposal differentiates between religious, mixed and wholly charitable institutions. The term “religious” is not defined in the code. It is suggested that the term “religious” be defined in the code itself for the purposes of the DTC. There is no provision as to what happens if a wholly charitable trust spends a small part of its income for activities akin to religious practices or for religious purposes. It is suggested that outgoings up to 10 % of the gross receipts of a charitable trust for religious activities be permitted without changing its character to religious trust. The criteria to determine predominant ... market research, surveys and trends

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Worldchanging: Bright Green: Ed Mazria's Two-Year, Nine-Million ...
the need for complex solutions to fix the US economy grows increasingly urgent. Ed Mazria, founder of the non-profit research and education organization Architecture 2030 , has put forward a proposal to combat two urgent economic crises with one plan that will not only relieve financially strapped homeowners and generate job opportunities, but also leave us with a more resilient, more efficient built environment when this crisis is over. Mazria believes the government should invest in the private building sector by giving developers and homeowners financial incentives to build (and retrofit) greener buildings – thus boosting ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Prudential Newsroom: MullinTBG/PLANSPONSOR Survey finds ...
LOS ANGELES - Findings from the fourth annual MullinTBG-PLANSPONSOR Executive Benefits survey show employer sponsorship of nonqualified deferred compensation plans (NQDCPs) to be as strong as ever—reaching a new high of more than 91 percent—and informal funding, a popular strategy for financing plan liabilities, jumping 10 percentage points to 71.4 percent among responding companies. While traditional defined benefit pension plans have significantly decreased in prevalence, the appeal of NQDCPs that offer executive talent a retirement savings solution with tax-deferred financial benefits has increased. The study ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Durbin warns of for-profit colleges rip offs
[WASHINGTON, D.C.] Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin (D-IL) raised concerns today that the rapidly growing number of students enrolled in for-profit colleges coupled with a dramatic increase in federal student aid dollars flowing to these schools may create a national crisis in higher education. Durbin made his remarks today in speech before the National Press Club. "There is growing concern that we could be looking at a repeat of the subprime mortgage fiasco, with low-income, high-risk students mortgaging their futures - not on overpriced homes this time, but on worthless diplomas," said Durbin. "Let ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Sun Life Rising Star Awards Program to Give $165000 in Grants and Scholarships ...
WELLESLEY, Mass., June 29, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The Sun Life Rising Star Awards program announced it is accepting applications from Philadelphia-area non-profit organizations that work with at-risk youth to win one of three $50,000 grants that will be distributed in the Philadelphia area. As part of the application process, each non-profit will have the opportunity to nominate a student who participates in the organization for a chance to receive a $5,000 scholarship. The Sun Life Rising Star Awards program is a new program supported by Sun Life Financial, developed to recognize and provide resources to high school ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

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the non-profit investment education organi- zation Better Investing (formerly NAIC). Fee includes a textbook and handouts. Instructor: Anne Cook (216) 381- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Check Out Brokers and Investment Advisers
Federal or state securities laws require brokers, investment advisers, and their firms to be licensed or registered, and to make important information public. But it's up to you to find that information and use it to protect your investment dollars. The good news is that this information is easy to get, and one phone call or web search may save you from sending your money to a con artist, a bad financial professional, or disreputable firm.  Before you invest or pay for any investment advice, make sure your brokers, investment advisers and investment adviser representatives have not had run-ins with regulators or other ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Principles of Nonprofit Investment Management
education, integrated reporting and analysis. Ideally, the manager of managers develops a working partnership with the nonprofit's investment committee ...
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WikiAnswers - How do you become an investment banker
today, practically every young MBA student or aspirant wants to be an investment banker. A blue shirt, sleeves rolled up, a phone over each ear, dashing from one city to another and working for names like Morgan Stanley or Goldman Sachs. While banks handle wealth, investment banks handle the wealth of companies, corporate houses, organisations, high net-worth individuals and even governments. No wonder, investment bankers earn fat pay checks with a lifestyle that is the envy of many. Wall Street is filled with high-energy, hardworking young investment bankers who spend hours hunched behind computers, poring over financial ...