Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program
Submit your 2017 GOAL Tax Credit Form online today by visiting www.goalscholarship.org. Your participation is more valuable than ever!
Invest in the ACS community and help provide student scholarships by simply contributing to the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program for a 100% Georgia income tax credit. You will make a positive impact on our school, in our community, and across our state!
This valuable Georgia law is a rare and precious opportunity provided to us by our state legislators. The tax credit program has become so popular that all $58 million in available credits are consumed on the first business day of the year. Take action today and be a part of this phenomenon!
Your participation will allow us to admit excellent, deserving student applicants to our school. We ask that you “go for the GOAL” and help us continue to empower students to reach their potential and achieve their dreams.
Tax Credit Limits Based on Filing Status
- Single individual or head of household – up to $1,000
- Married couple filing a joint return – up to $2,500
- Married couple filing a separate return – up to $1,250
- S corporation shareholder, LLC member, or partnership partner – up to $10,000
- C corporation or Trust – up to 75% of annual Georgia income tax liability
How to Contribute & Take the Tax Credit
1) Apply Now (anytime from June 2016 – December 2016)
Complete the 2017 GOAL Tax Credit Application today at www.goalscholarship.org (takes just 20 seconds!).
2) GOAL Submits to DOR.
On the first business day of January 2017, GOAL submits your application to the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR).
3) Approved to Contribute.
GOAL and DOR notify you of tax credit approval and amount in early January 2017.
4) Make Payment.
Pay GOAL by check or credit card within 60 days of DOR approval (mid-March 2017).
5) Take the Credit.
In May, GOAL will send you a Form IT-QEE-SSO1 (tax receipt) for claiming the credit on your 2017 Georgia income tax return (Note: you will take the credit when you file your 2017 taxes in April of 2018).