Did you know you can help Arizona teens in foster care? Tax credits make this EASY!

Arizona Tax Credit

Because of the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, you are able to redirect your state tax dollars to Chandler T.R.A.C.

This is equivalent to  FREE  money and is one of the easiest ways to contribute!

Click on the donate button above to donate today. Follow the quick, easy steps to make your donation by April 15th, 2018. Any donation amount up to $1,000 ($500 if single) will be a tax credit for your 2017 Arizona state tax return.

Note: This opportunity is a TAX CREDIT which is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of your taxes. This is NOT a TAX DEDUCTION, which simply lowers your taxable income. Consult your tax adviser on claiming the tax credit on AZ Form 352.

There are several popular credit programs, including:

  1. Contributions to Qualifying Charitable Organizations
  2.  Contributions to Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations 
  3. Public School Tax Credit
  4. Private School Tuition Tax Credit

All tax credits can be utilized each year; Chandler T.R.A.C. falls under number two.

Major Changes in 2016 to the AZ tax credit laws!

FAQs

Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

What is the difference between a tax credit and a tax deduction?
Is Chandler T.R.A.C. a Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization?
How much can I claim for the credit for contributions to Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations?
How do I claim the credit for contributions to Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations?
What is the period for making eligible contributions?
Can I also take advantage of other State tax credits or donate to more than one qualifying charity?
Do I qualify for the credit?
Do I have to itemize deductions to claim the credit?
Do I qualify for the credit if I generally get a refund on my returns?
What happens if I don’t owe taxes at the end of the year?
How do I know which organizations are eligible for my donation?
Do I claim my charitable contribution as a tax credit or a deduction?
Can I claim any portion of my contributions to Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations as credit for contributions to a Qualifying Charitable Organization?
Do my contributions to Qualifying Charitable Organizations and Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations influence the amount that can be claimed for each credit?
Where is the Working Poor Tax Credit?
Is this the same as the Credit for Contributions to Qualifying Charitable Organizations?
Is this the same as the school tax credit?

Other ways to donate

What if I am from another state and would like to make a donation?
What if I want to give more than the $1,000/$500 tax credit limit?
What if I want to give by check?