The following information concerns a fabulous opportunity for you to give a hand up to our Mohave County Veteran homeless and at-risk population. The best part of this opportunity is that it will not cost you a cent to specify the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County (JAVC) as the recipient of your Arizona State Tax dollars.
We have just been approved as a (QCO) Qualified Charitable Organization (JAVC Qualifying Charitable Organization Certificate ) by the Arizona Department of Revenue for donations. The maximum credit allowed is $800 for married filing joint filers and $400 for single, heads of household, and married filing separate filers. You do not have to be a veteran. You just have to owe taxes to the State of Arizona to qualify for this donation.
The attachment (JAVC Tax Credit Handout 01-18-2020) gives a better description of this program, but the short explanation is you can control where your Arizona tax money is spent. Using this program, your money stays in Mohave County and benefits military veterans and their families.
As an example- If you are Head of Household and owe $500 to the state in taxes. If you donate $400 to the JAVC QCO program and send in IRS forms 321 (AZ_TAX_CREDIT_321_2019_f ) and 301 (AZ_FORMS_CREDIT_2019_301_f ) along with a JAVC Tax Credit Receipt (JAVC AZ Tax Credit Receipt 12-31-2019) for $400, you would only have to remit $100 to the Arizona Department of Revenue.
How do I make this contribution?
1. You can make a check out to JAVC and send it to:
Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council
PO Box 4463
Kingman, AZ 86402
You will shortly receive a JAVC AZ Tax Credit Receipt from JAVC.
2. Go to our website at www.javc.org , click on the DONATIONS tab and make the contribution. You will shortly receive a receipt from JAVC.
3. Have your tax preparer remit the contribution to us through the same channels.
What if I already paid my Arizona State taxes?
No problem, we will file an amended return for you free of charge! Just send an email to Mike Meyers – VP / Director of Finance email@example.com for details.
This individual income tax credit is available for contributions to Qualifying Charitable Organizations that provide immediate basic needs to residents of Arizona who receive temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) benefits, are low income residents of Arizona, or are individuals who have a chronic illness or physical disability. The maximum credit allowed is $800 for married filing joint filers and $400 for single, heads of household, and married filing separate filers.