Starting next year, state income tax checkoff will feature write-in option, head of state association says

Starting next year, state income tax checkoff will feature write-in option, head of state association says

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Next year’s tax season will bring a major fundraising opportunity for organizations such as charities, museums and youth groups, the head of the Colorado Nonprofit Association said Thursday in a visit to Pueblo.

A state law passed last year will broaden the state income tax checkoff program to all nonprofits in operation for at least five years, Renny Fagan said.

Instead of choosing from a list of less than 20 pre-selected nonprofits, tax filers in 2020 will be able to write in the name or names of the nonprofits they want to receive a part or all of their state tax refunds, he said.

“There’s a lot of capacity there to support your favorite nonprofits,” Fagan said in a presentation at the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon at the Pueblo Convention Center.

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The Pueblo Chieftain
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