Your support makes us possible. The funds we get from corporate and private supporters adds to the value of everything we do at the Suzanne Haskew Arts Center, The SHAC. You make possible our classes, exhibitions and guest speakers, fundraisers, marketing and all that we do. You help support supplies and tuitions for Peacock Art Club. Because of you, we keep the lights on. Lend your support here. Thanks to the new 2020 CARES Act, your donation gives great, new tax benefits! *see more below
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*From Forbes Magazine: Under the CARES Act, [individual] taxpayers can now take a deduction for up to $300 in charitable contributions if they don’t itemize on their 2020 tax form. This is a flip from the previous rule that required itemization for a tax break. According to Section 2205 [of the CARES Act] there is now no limit to the deductions you can take for charitable contributions if you itemize (list out) your contributions. Previously, you could only deduct up to a maximum of 60% of your adjusted gross income (AGI) via charitable contributions. But under the new guidelines, 100% of your donation would now be tax deductible, meaning if your taxable income is $500,000 in 2020, and you give away $500,000 to qualified organizations in 2020, you won’t have to pay taxes on your income. This change applies only to cash gifts made to charitable organizations qualified by the IRS (section 170(b)(1)(A),0).