2014 Charitable Tax Credit

Charitable Tax Credit

Reducing Your Arizona Tax Liability

Reduce your 2014 Arizona tax liability and help alleviate hunger in Yuma and La Paz counties!

Arizona law provides a credit for cash contributions made to qualify- ing charitable organizations that provide help to the working poor.

The Arizona Department of Revenue recognizes that the Yuma Community Food Bank is a 2014, Qualified Charitable Organization.

How It Works

You can take a charitable tax credit of up to $200 (single filer), or up to $400 (if filing jointly)!

Charitable tax credit is available to any AZ resident who:

  • Itemizes their Arizona tax return
  • Standard deductions qualify too!
  • Makes cash donation be- fore 12/31 of given year
  • Claim credit using AZ Department of Revenue, Form 321

Additional Information

For more on the working poor tax credit, please call the Arizona Department of Revenue at (800) 352-4090, or access the web site at www.azdor.gov.

This information is provided by the Yuma Community Food Bank as a service to our friends and is not in- tended to replace formal tax guide. Please discuss any and all charita- ble intentions with your tax advisor.

Yuma Community Food Bank
2404 E 24th Street,
Suite A Yuma, AZ 85365


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