Georgia Department of Revenue, as part of Georgia Private School Tax Credit Law allows, for individuals and businesses, to allocate part of their GA income taxes towards eligible non-profit institutions such as Al-Falah Academy.
Participating in the program takes about five minutes and involves a few simple steps that are explained below. Due to increased awareness of this program, we are expecting the Georgia Private School Tax Credit funds to get used up in the first two days of 2015; we are encouraging the community to sign-up as soon as possible. Encourage your friends and businesses to participate in this and help Al-Falah Academy.
You get the reward of supporting Al-Falah Academy's high quality Islamic education at no net cost to you. You get a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for your donation. A tax credit is not the same as a deduction. A tax credit actually applies to the taxes you have to pay and reduces them dollar-for-dollar and/or you receive refund.
If you need any help in completing the forms, please contact Al-Falah Academy Tax Credit volunteer contact line at (678) 995-5501 or any of the following:
Participating in the program involves two simple steps:
Contribution limits are the lesser of your state tax liability or:
* Al-Falah Academy does not advise on any personal income tax requirements or issues. Use of any information from this site or any other web site referred to is for general information only and does not represent personal tax advice either express or implied. You are encouraged to seek professional tax advice for personal income tax questions and assistance.