“We wanted to show in an account as if it had been deposited.”

You don’t ever report your own funds as Revenue, though. It is already on hand and never Deposited as income.

“Didn’t want to wait for expenses, but I guess we could allocate our expenses to the Grant/Job and/or project […]

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