Qualifying Charitable Organization

100 CLUB

GIVE BACK & GET BACK!

Earn a dollar-for-dollar credit back on your Arizona State Income Taxes, up to $938!

As always, THANK YOU for your donation and for supporting Arizona public safety. WE ARE GRATEFUL!

QCO Code 22541

step 1

DONATE TO THE 100 CLUB OF ARIZONA TO HELP THE FAMILIES OF FIRST RESPONDERS.

step 2

FILE YOUR TAXES AND CLAIM CREDIT BY USING AZDOR FORM 321.

step 3

RECEIVE YOUR TAX CREDIT OF UP TO $841!

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CLAIM YOUR ARIZONA CHARITABLE TAX CREDIT TODAY!

The state of Arizona provides incentive for taxpayers who donate to certain qualifying charities, like the 100 Club of Arizona. Thanks to the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, you can donate up to $938 per year and earn a dollar for dollar credit back on your Arizona State Income Taxes, up to $938!

What is the difference between a deduction and a credit?
A deduction reduces the amount of your income upon which the tax is determined. A credit reduces your tax liability as if you had already paid the tax.
Below are a few simple examples that demonstrate the difference.
TAX DEDUCTION EXAMPLE
You and your spouse earned $75,000 this year. You made an $938 gift to Example Charity. Although Example Charity is a non-profit 501(c)3, it is NOT a Qualifying Charitable Organization for the tax credit. You and your spouse could take a deduction for your gift which, after itemizing deductions, reduces your taxable income by $938. Your tax liability would now be based on $74,159.
TAX CREDIT – EXAMPLE 1

You and your spouse earned $75,000 this year. You made a $938 gift to the 100 Club of Arizona, a Qualifying Charitable Organization. You would be eligible for the tax credit. Your Arizona tax liability based on $75,000 in earnings is $1700. You can take a $938 credit against your tax liability, reducing it to $762.

$1700    Your original AZ tax liability
-$938    AZ Charitable Tax Credit

$762      final AZ tax liability

TAX CREDIT – EXAMPLE 2
You and your spouse earned $75,000 this year. You made an $841 gift to the 100 Club of Arizona, which is a Qualifying Charitable Organization. You would be eligible for the tax credit. Your Arizona tax liability based on $75,000 in earnings is $1,700. Your payroll withholding for state taxes was $1,500. After applying your tax credit for your gift to the 100 Club of Arizona, you would receive a refund of $641.

$1700    Your original AZ tax liability

-$938    AZ Charitable Tax Credit

$762      Your final AZ tax liability

-$1500 Payroll Withholding

$762     Refund to you

FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I take this credit in addition to other credits such as credit for donations to schools and foster care agencies?
  • Yes. Each tax credit is separate, so you can take the Charitable Tax Credit in addition to tax credits for schools and foster care agencies. See Form 301 on the Arizona Department of Revenue’s website for other credits you may be able to take.
Do I have to donate $470 or $938 at once?
  • You do not have to donate the whole amount at once. Donations given throughout the year that add up to the $470 and $938 limits qualify for the tax credit.  We can even set up a monthly gift option for you to spread the gifts out over the year. For more information or to set up a recurring donation, please call, (602) 878-8196.
Do I need a special form from the 100 Club of Arizona to take advantage of the Tax Credit?
  • You will need a receipt from the 100 Club of Arizona, which if making your donation online, you will receive it at the time of your transaction. The form you need to take the tax credit is Arizona Form 321, which is available on the Arizona Department of Revenue’s website and is included with many of the available self-filing tax programs, such as Turbo Tax.
Can I take advantage of the Tax Credit by donating food, clothing or other tangible items?
  • No. The Tax Credit only applies to voluntary cash donations.
Is this the same as the Working-Poor Tax Credit?
  • Credit for donations made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations was formerly known as the Working Poor Tax Credit. Thanks to the passage of SB 1216 on May 6, 2016, donors may now take up to $470 in tax credit and couples filing jointly may take up to $938 in tax credit for gifts made to the 100 Club of Arizona.
What is the Tax Identification Number for the 100 Club of Arizona?
  • 100 Club of Arizona tax ID is 23-7172077. Our Arizona QCO code is 22541.