The state recognizes that education and family are the foundations of society—that is why tax credits exist. Arizona taxpayers give thousands of children and families hope for a better future. Tax credit donations replace what you owe the state of Arizona in income tax for each dollar donated, and by supporting the thousands of children and families in need, we actually save the state millions of taxpayer dollars by alleviating the financial burden of supporting them through public systems.

Why pay the state when you can support one of these good causes?

Also called the ‘Credit for Contributions to School Tuition Organizations’, this is your opportunity to make the benefits of private education available for low to middle-income families. The credit available for 2015 is up to $2,134 for married couples and $1,067 for individual taxpayers for donations made to certified scholarship organizations. Want to learn more? Contact ACSTO today at 480.820.0403!

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Also known as the ‘working poor’ tax credit, your donation to a qualifying charity will provide assistance for temporary assistance (TNAF) and low-income families, the chronically ill, and children with physical disabilities. The credit available is $400 for married couples and $200 for individual taxpayers. Want to learn more? Contact Crisis Pregnancy Centers today at 623.486.5232!

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Some qualifying charities go beyond what is provided through the Charitable Tax Credit and meet the significant need of facilitating foster care and adoption services. The credit is an additional $400 for married couples and $200 for individual taxpayers on top of the Charitable Tax Credit for a total of $800/400 to qualifying organizations. Want to learn more? Contact Christian Family Care today at 602.234.1935!

*This maximum is a combination of the Charitable and Foster Care tax credits.

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Taxpayers may claim a credit for contributing up to $400 (married) or $200 (single) to a public school in support of extracurricular activities or character development programs.

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