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Arizona Charitable Tax Credit:
YOU can receive a dollar-for-dollar CREDIT on your state tax return with a Charitable Tax Credit, up to $800 for couples filing jointly and $400 for individuals. When you invest in a qualifying nonprofit, like the RightCare Foundation Health Equity Fund, it ends up costing you nothing! More info here azdor.gov.
How it Works:
- Your investment is returned. Tax credits reduce your taxes dollar-for-dollar as a credit (not a deduction.)
- Maximum Amount was doubled in 2017. Couples can now gift up to $800 or individuals can gift $400. Any donation amount, up to the maximum, can be used as a credit.
- Everyone Qualifies. No need to itemize! Everyone who files income taxes in Arizona can claim a credit, simply by contributing to the RightCare Foundation Health Equity Fund.
- Multiple Tax Credits are Allowable. In the same year, you may take advantage of multiple tax credits including the Charitable Tax Credit, Public School Tax Credit, Private School Tuition Credit and the Foster Care Credit. Each is a separate credit.
- You’re welcome to pledge monthly, up to the amount of your gift. Your contribution must be paid in full before April 15.
Donate by Check OR Venmo (rightcare123):
You can donate by check. Please make your check out to RightCare Foundation and write our Tax ID number in the memo line for tax-deduction purposes (Tax ID #80-0667676). You may mail your donations to:
Attn: Tina Wagner
3120 West Carefree Highway, Ste1 #222
Phoenix, AZ 85086
If you have questions, please contact Tina Wagner at email@example.com.
RightCare Foundation is a Section 501 (C) 3 Charitable organization. Contributions and donations are deductible under section 170 (C) of the Internal Revenue Code. You will receive your receipt and letter within 7-10 business days. Our taxpayer ID is #80-0667676. According to the IRS regulations, “establishing a dollar value on donated items is the exclusive responsibility of the Donor. This should not be construed as tax advice, and cannot be used, by the Donor for the purpose of avoiding penalties that may be imposed under the Internal Revenue Code or applicable state or local tax provisions. The Donor should consult with their tax advisor.”