LIVE Workshop: Fiscal Sponsorships (NEW)

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In an attempt to further their mission as well as generate extra revenue, many nonprofit charities are offering to serve as fiscal sponsors for other informal organizations who are attempting to get grants. These informal organizations typically have not received tax-exempt status and rely on an already established 501(c)(3) charity to allow grants funds to flow through their organization. The 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor receives the grant money that is earmarked for the sponsee organization. The sponsor usually retains an "administration fee" and either sends the balance to the sponsee or pays the bills of the sponsee directly. In this important new webinar, join national nonprofit expert Gregg S. Bossen, CPA, as he explains how fiscal sponsorships work and how to account for them in QuickBooks. 

Topics covered will include:

  • What constitutes a fiscal sponsorship?
  • When can the expenses paid for the sponsee be considered program costs of the sponsor?
  • What responsibility does a fiscal sponsor have in terms of monitoring how the sponsee spends the funds?
  • How can sponsees and sponsors find each other?
  • How can you account for these activities in QuickBooks?

This webinar will be recorded. You will receive the recording and accompanying resource materials within 72 hours of the event.

90 Minutes
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All webinars are recorded. You will receive the recording and accompanying resource materials with 72 hours of the event.


Gregg S. Bossen

Gregg is a practicing CPA with a full-service accounting firm located in Atlanta, Georgia. His firm specializes in tax and accounting for nonprofits and small businesses. Most of his clients are nonprofits/small business owners who use QuickBooks. Gregg has been teaching QuickBooks seminars around the country for various groups, both new users and other CPA's, and is considered to be an expert in the program. Gregg has taught for Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks, teaching CPA's around the country the new features in updated versions of the software. Gregg also teaches annually at the Scaling New Heights Conference, presently the largest gathering of QuickBooks Pro advisors in the world. In total, Gregg has taught over 1500 seminars to more than 35,000 students.
Gregg S. Bossen