KINGMAN – Mohave County residents, and the entirety of Arizona, have yet another worthwhile organization to which they can contribute tax-deductible donations, as the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council has been approved as a Qualified Charitable Organization.
According to Pat Farrell, JAVC president, this means single taxpayers can direct up to $400, and married couples filing jointly $800, of Arizona tax obligations to the veterans council.
“This keeps your hard earned tax dollars in Mohave County, and benefits struggling military veterans and their families,” Farrell said in a press release.
Those interest have but four steps to follow: Write a check to JAVC, place the notation Form 321 within the memo section, get the check to the council at PO Box 4463, Kingman, Arizona 86402, and lastly, wait for a receipt and fill out forms 321 and 301 before filing it with an Arizona state tax return.
“It’s easy to make this donation, and the best part is that it really does not cost you a cent,” Farrell said. “This credit is available statewide, not just to Mohave County residents. The credit is valid for future years, so you can donate every year that you have a tax obligation to the State of Arizona.”
The April 17 tax deadline is quickly approaching
JAVC can be found on the Arizona Department of Revenue website under QCO on Page 6.
“The JAVC appreciates your consideration of this choice of keeping your tax dollars in Mohave County or sending it to the state,” Farrell said.
– Information provided by JAVC.