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I give to schools for their tax credits. Does this mean that I don’t qualify for this tax credit?Actually, the Arizona Charitable Tax Credits are separate from the Private School and Public School credits. Arizona taxpayers may utilize all of them.Is this separate from the Working Poor Tax Credit? Yes, the Working Poor Tax Credit is now referred to as the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit. Arizona taxpayers can now qualify for both the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit and the Arizona Foster Care Charitable Tax Credit when they give to separate qualifying organizations.
For more information about Arizona tax credits, visit the Arizona Department of Revenue website or call (800) 352-4090.
I don’t owe any state taxes, or I don’t owe as much in state taxes as the credit allows me to give. Does it still benefit me to give?Tax credits may be carried forward up to five years, so even if you give more than you owe in state taxes this year, you can apply the credit to your taxes for the next five years. Whether you claim a state tax credit or not, the amount you give to NLPC is eligible for a federal deduction. Additionally, with a gift of any amount to NLPC you can help provide hope and care to hurting children and families in your community, and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ across Arizona. We encourage you to give any amount God leads you to give, regardless of the qualifying tax credit amounts.
What is the difference between a tax credit and a tax deduction?Tax credits and deductions are very different in the way they benefit you financially. Tax deductions reduce the amount of your gross income that is taxable while tax credits are applied directly against the amount of money owed in taxes. In most cases, a tax credit provides a greater positive impact to you financially. Click here to read more about the difference between credits and deductions, and to view some examples of the financial impact of each.
How does NLPC qualify for this tax credit?New Life Pregnancy Center is a ministry of ABCS, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and for years has been acknowledged as a Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization.
What is ABCS' QFCO code?ABCS' QFCO Code is 10007. If you have donated to ABCS or any of our seven ministries, including New Life Pregnancy Center, you or your CPA will need this code when claiming the Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization tax credit.
I like to give locally. Where do donations to NLPC go?Contributions made to NLPC will be used at your local center, or to any specific center you would like to designate to.
How does my gift help?When you support NLPC, you become a part of our mission to provide hope and care to those facing a pregnancy, planned or unplanned, through Christ-centered ministries. You can help meet physical, emotional and spiritual needs through free services such as pregnancy tests, material assistance (diapers, wipes and clothing), parenting classes & Bible studies and after-abortion support. Browse our website to learn more about how gifts from donors like you are impacting lives in Arizona.
What else can I do to help?Our ministry relies on prayer support, volunteers and material donations. Browse our You Can Help tab to learn more about all the ways you can support New Life Pregnancy Center and provide hope and care in your community.