Keogh Health Connection qualifies for the State of Arizona’s “Working Poor Tax Credit.” The 2012 maximum credit for contributions made to Keogh (or other qualified organizations) is $400 for married taxpayers. The maximum credit allowed for single taxpayers or heads of households is $200. This credit is available only to individuals. Corporations may not claim this credit. To be eligible for this credit, you must claim itemized deductions on your Arizona return for the same year the credit is claimed.

Individuals may receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for both the Charitable Contribution Tax Credit and the Arizona Public School Tax Credit. You report the name of the qualifying charitable organization you donated to (Keogh Health Connection) as well as the dollar amount of your donation to the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) on Form 321. Complete Form 321 and include it when you file for your return.

For more information about the “Working Poor Tax Credit,” call 602-255-3381 or visit the ADOR website. To donate to Keogh Health Connection, click here.