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Take advantage of Arizona Tax Credit Donations

You can choose how your Arizona Tax dollars are used! 

You can choose to direct your tax dollars to organizations that are committed to being the hands and feet of Jesus in our community. Mom’s Pantry is passionate about helping our neighbors and providing food for all those who experience food uncertainty. Hustle Phoenix is motivated by Christian faith, to encourage the creation of sustainable business ventures that affirm the dignity of people and lead to the flourishing of all communities in Phoenix.  Additionally, we as church family partner together to help make possible a Christian education to every SWC student/family who wants it.

Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is the advantage of participating in the Arizona Tax Credit Program?
A:
  • Tax credits allow tax payers to determine where their tax dollars are spent by providing a dollar for dollar reduction in state taxes owed.
  • Married couples filing joint can contribute up to $1,000 and individuals filing single can contribute up to $500, per year, to QFCOs.
  • Arizona allows separate contributions to qualified foster care (QFCO), charitable (Hustle Phoenix and Mom's Pantry)  (QCO), and for tuition/schools (our SWC students) (STO), each with its own limit.

Q: How do I donate to Hustle PHX?
A: Use the QCO code 20102 (along with your receipt) when claiming your Hustle PHX donation as a tax credit for your 2020 taxes and use this link to donate directly https://hustlephx.com/donation/

Q: How do I donate to Mom’s Pantry?
A: Mail a check to Mom's Pantry 13440 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ  85022 Use the QCO 21059 code for your taxes (along with your receipt)

Q: How do I donate to a private school for one of our SWC students?
A: Email Dorina Wilson, she will provide the information along with the name of the student needing coverage.

Q: Is it too late to participate?
A: Nope! You can make your tax credit eligible donation any time before April 15th 2021 and still claim it on your 2020 taxes.

Q: Where can I find more information about the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit?
A: https://azdor.gov/forms/tax-credits-forms/credit-contributions-qualifying-foster-care-charitable-organizations   
Q: Can you give me an example of how this works?
A: Assume you are a married tax filer and normally pay about $4,000 in total Arizona state taxes. This year you decide to contribute to organizations eligible for the tax credit.
Let’s assume you donated to four organizations that qualify for four different tax credits (the QCO Credit for $800 (Mom's Pantry & Hustle PHX) , the QFCO (Foster Care) for $1000, and the Public School Tax Credit for $400 and the Private School Credit for $1,186) for a total of $3,386.
You get a dollar-for-dollar credit against state taxes owed for $3,386. By donating to tax credit eligible organizations, now your total state tax liability equals $4,000 less the credit of $3,386, for $614 of remaining tax liability. Your total dollars paid remains $4,000 whether you use tax credits or not – it’s either $4,000 all paid to the state, or $3,386 paid to tax credit eligible organizations and $614 paid to the state. If you had already paid in the full $4,000 in state taxes during the year, you would get a refund for the $3,386.

More Information Link https://azdor.gov/tax-credits/contributions-qcos-and-qfcos
Your tax professional can answer additional questions about tax credits and the forms you need to file with your tax return to get the credit.
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