Payment to agency reports (FPPC Form 801)

California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Regulations 18944 and 18950.1 require government agencies to report payments made to, or for the benefit of, an agency for use by agency officials. Examples may include transportation, lodging, meals or course fees used for official agency purposes. Under specified circumstances, these payments are not considered to be a gift or income to the official and will instead be classified as a payment to the agency.

Qualifying payments to the agency must be reported on FPPC Form 801. If the payments to the agency from all sources aggregate $2,500 or more in a calendar quarter, the filed Form 801’s for that quarter (or a summary) must be posted on the agency’s website. Franchise Tax Board’s filed Form 801’s are posted below for each quarter in which the payments to the agency totaled $2,500 or more.

FPPC Form 801 Filings

FPPC Form 801 Filings for 2023

FPPC Form 801 Filings for 2022

FPPC Form 801 Filings for 2021

FPPC Form 801 Filings for 2019

FPPC Form 801 Filings for 2018

Prior Year Filings

2014-Elyon Strategies

Further Information

For further information about the Form 801’s posted on this website, contact:

FTB Disclosure Office
Franchise Tax Board
Disclosure Office, MS A-181
PO Box 1468
Sacramento, CA 95812-1468