Big Changes in Arizona’s Charitable Tax Credits
The State Legislature recently passed increases to the Arizona Tax Credits. For nonprofits, this means that in order to increase contributions to your organization, your tax credit marketing needs to be reevaluated and addressed now.
If an Arizona resident takes advantage of all tax credits in 2016, they would be contributing $1635 (single filing status) or $3270 (joint filing status). To truly cash in on this opportunity, nonprofits should actively promote tax credit giving now through a monthly giving campaign.
Let’s take an example of a two-parent working family with three children. Come December, mom and dad are thinking about holiday gift giving—in 2015 an average family spent $881 to their regular monthly expenses. Will they be able to write tax credit donations totaling $3200 in addition to the $881 for Christmas?
If you were to begin a monthly giving program now, taxpayers can make their gifts over the next six months to your organization to take advantage of Arizona’s tax credits. Less stress for your donor AND increased revenue for your nonprofit.
NPO Success recently added a Tax Credit Group, a successful trio of nonprofit professionals with more than 70 years combined experience in fund development and 30+ years in marketing expertise.
Let us create a customized plan to take your tax credit campaign to the next level of success—
Our TCG will develop a Customized Tax Credit Plan based on your needs and your budget!
Let us put our expertise to work to take your organization to its next stage of growth.
These few ideas will provide your organization more engaged, competent advocates to represent the organization in an intelligent and meaningful way.
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