Arizona Tax Credit Information

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Information on the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

Your gift to SAAF may qualify for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit! Individuals filing their taxes in Arizona may receive a credit of up to $400 and married couples may receive a credit up to $800 on their state taxes. Make sure your gift is postmarked by April 15, 2023 to receive the credit on your 2022 state tax return*. You must use code 20305 to claim the tax credit donation to SAAF.

You can take the Charitable Tax Credit in addition to the School Tax Credit and other credits. And you do not have to file an itemized return to take advantage of this credit!

* The maximum QCO credit donation amount for 2023:
$421 single, married filing separate or head of household; $841 married filing joint.

Please note: Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation does not provide advice about the tax or other treatment of gifts. The above information is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide tax, legal, or accounting advice. Please seek guidance from your professional advisor to learn more about how these deductions and credits may impact your personal finances.

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You still have time to claim your credit! Complete Form 321 and submit it when you file for your taxes.
Use QCO Code 20305.

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HIV, LGBTQ+ individuals, and communities marginalized by society.