Posted on March 6, 2018 by southphoenixacademy
You can help students get the most out of their education by making contributions through Arizona’s tax-credit programs. Contributing is easy, and the impact is immense.
Your tax credit contribution gives kids an extra chance to stay in school, learn more and do better in their classes. Kids who play sports in school are more likely to stay in school and succeed academically. Kids who participate in fine arts (art and music) actually do better in basic academic subjects, including math!
All Arizona tax payers are eligible: you do not have to have child(ren) within the school district to benefit from this law. The Arizona tax credit program (A.R.S. 43-1089.01) allows you to receive a tax credit of up to $200 for a single individual or a head of household and $400 for a married couple filing a joint return. It’s a tax credit – it reduces what you owe in state taxes, dollar-for-dollar.
For school donations, you can specify where you want your money to go. Choose a school, a program, even an individual student’s educational trip or sports fee. You pick the programs and schools that are important to you. Your support is sincerely appreciated. Please see your tax consultant for more information.
Contributions can be made by cash, check or credit/debit to these options in Skyline Education:
South Phoenix Academy
South Valley Prep & Arts School
Skyline Prep High School
Vector Prep & Arts Academy
AZ Compass Prep
Skyline Gila River D5
While also choosing which area your funds go to: Academics
You can have your debit/credit charged by the registrar or make your check/cash out to any school listed above and drop your donation off at any school location to the registrar.
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