Arizona School Tax Credit

Here’s an easy way to benefit your income taxes AND your child’s school.


Arizona School Tax CreditThe 2015 Arizona School Tax Credit lets your donation go directly to a public school of your choice! A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of your tax liability. Until this law was passed, you had little choice as to how your state tax dollars were spent. At last, you have an opportunity to make certain that it goes directly to educational programs that benefit children.

It won’t cost you a dime. You contribute to the MCSF E-Fund and claim the entire amount on your 2015 Arizona state tax return — and then get it all back in the form of a tax credit.


What you can contribute

Married filing jointly:  $400 maximum
Individual filing single: $200 maximum

You may donate any portion of those amounts up to your tax liability, which must be equal to or greater than the amount of your contribution. For your convenience, you may make several payments throughout the year.


Here’s how to do it — it’s easy!

1. Make out your check to “MCSF E-Fund.”
2. Print out the form below, and complete it.
3. Mail or deliver your check and your form to us.
4. File your 2015 Arizona taxes and claim your credit using Form 322.

We will mail or send home with your student a receipt for your donation in January 2015.

Please remember, the deadline for 2015 is December 31, 2015.

Thank you!

The form may be printed or e-mailed by clicking either of the two icons to the right of the form below.

Arizona School Tax Credit Form

GREAT NEWS FOR SCHOOLS


The 2015 Arizona School Tax Credit

Allows a $400 tax credit for married couples and a $200 tax credit for individuals to go directly to a public school of your choice!

Use your 2015 Arizona income taxes to help your child’s school! Arizona tax law ARS 43-1089.01 allows up to a $400 tax credit for married couples filing jointly and $200 for individuals who make a donation to a public or charter school. A tax credit is a dollar for dollar reduction of your tax liability.

Until this law was passed taxpayers had little choice as to how their state tax dollars were spent. You have the opportunity to make certain that your money goes directly to educational programs that will benefit children. Any Arizona taxpayer may contribute, regardless of wheter the taxpayer has a child attending school. Please remind friends and relatives who pay income tax in Arizona.  The tax credit is claimed on your personal income tax return using form 322.

At the Montessori School of Flagstaff this money has funded our music program and other special programs that have been brought to students in our school. For your convenience you may make several payments throughout the year.

Checks must be dated no later than December 31, 2015. Make your check(s) payable to

“MCSF E-Fund” and return it along with the information below to:

MCSF
850 N Locust St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Date_______________________

Amount of Donation_________________________________

Name(s)______________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________________

Your donation will be reported to the Arizona Department of Revenue. You will receive a letter in January 2015 thanking you for your donation that will serve as your receipt.

What This Money Offers...

This money has funded our music program and other special programs. In the past, only 35 percent of our Montessori families have participated. Let’s get 100 percent of eligible families to participate this year!

Any Arizona taxpayer may contribute, regardless of whether you child is attending school. Please remind friends and relatives who pay income tax in Arizona.

Arizona School Tax Credit

Arizona School Tax CreditThe 2015 Arizona School Tax Credit lets your donation go directly to a public school of your choice! A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of your tax liability. Any Arizona taxpayer may contribute, regardless of whether your child is attending school.

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