Webinar Highlight

School leaders can participate in the Employee Retention Credit, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars per location. 

This program has not expired; you can still claim it even if you took PPP. Unfortunately, many are still missing out.

Organizations impacted by government orders or those with decreased revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for the Employee Retention Credit of up to $26,000 per employee. 

This must-attend webinar will help school leaders, operators, and management learn if they qualify for the credit and explain how to navigate it.

Plus, learn the latest news from the IRS and what it means for your organization.

Attendees will learn:

The most up to date information from the IRS regarding ERC and what it means for you.
Qualification criteria and requirements for schools and non-profit organizations seeking to claim ERC.
How a large non-profit organization was able to successfully navigate the ERC program and uncover an impactful refund.
Key considerations to keep in mind when filing for the credit.
How to ensure you're protected when filing.

Webinar speakers

Learn From the Industry Experts.

Sadler Graham

President, One Eagle Advisory

Sadler Graham is a seasoned management consultant with over a decade of experience working with Fortune 500 companies to develop and implement effective management strategies. However, over the past three years, Sadler has identified a gap in the market for readily available funding options for small to medium-sized businesses.

In response to this need, he founded One Eagle Advisory, a company that specializes in helping businesses access credit and incentive programs that they might not be aware of or have the resources to access on their own. One Eagle Advisory has helped over a thousand businesses receive hundreds of millions of dollars in funding through programs such as the Employee Retention Credit, R&D, and other green incentive programs. With his expertise in consulting and his commitment to helping small and medium-sized businesses thrive, One Eagle Advisory is poised to make a significant impact on the business landscape.

Matt Eddleman, EA

Managing Director, Strategic Tax Planning

Matt Eddleman is a highly experienced professional in tax controversy, accounting, financial planning, and small business management. As a leading expert on the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) and other COVID relief programs, he brings valuable insights to the team. With a deep understanding of the financial challenges faced by U.S. taxpayers in the aftermath of the pandemic, Matt excels in leveraging planning opportunities offered by the Internal Revenue Code to help clients navigate the changing financial landscape.

As a graduate of Shepherd University with a degree in Business Administration and Financial Economics, Matt has also completed the University's CFP Board-approved program in personal financial planning. He is an IRS Enrolled Agent, representing taxpayers worldwide in minimizing tax burdens and navigating complex regulatory and compliance requirements.

Patty Gravinese, CPA, CGMA

Chief Financial Officer, Edenton Street Methodist Church

Patty Gravinese, CPA, is a senior financial executive who has served as a value-added partner to chief executive officers and other top management in a variety of industries, including local government finance, non-profits, and public accounting. Prior to becoming the CFO for Edenton Street United Methodist Church, she spent ten years in the position of Vice President, Finance and Accounting, at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, a life science economic development organization that helps grow the life science/biotechnology sectors in the state and is a private non-profit mainly funded by the State of North Carolina.

In addition to her professional experience, Patty is a member of the Council on Finance and Administration for the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. She is also a member of several professional organizations, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA).