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when do i use has ...have...have been...

Our funds for organization donations, and advertising sponsorships has exhausted. Therefore, we regretfully inform you that we will not be participating at this time. Best of luck and thank you for considering us.
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Our funds for donations to organizations and advertising sponsorships have exhausted. Therefore, we regretfully inform you that we will not be participating at this time. Best of luck and thank you for considering us.

HAVE because we are referring to OUR FUNDS. Our funds (=they) have......
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This may help a touch: Have Had Has
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Hi Woodward,

Why we can't use 'have been' instead of 'have'? Could you please justify the usage of the tenses?

Your help is highly valuable.

Thank you!!!
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Yes yes, have been, surely. Unless the writer finds pecuniary matters particularly tedious, which is also possible...Emotion: wink