April 16, 2014
2014 Individual tax credit limits will be:
$1,053 for single, unmarried head of household, and married filing separate filers:
- $528 on form 323 (forms available 12/31/14)
- $525 on form 348
$2,106 for married and joint filers:
- $1,056 on form 323 (forms available 12/31/14)
- $1,050 on form 348
For more information call the CTSO office at 520-838-2558.
January 15, 2014
Click here to print a support form and mail a check or credit card donation. Remember that you have still up until April 15, 2014 to give for the 2013 Tax Year and claim your dollar-for-dollar credit.
Thank you for your support!
January 9, 2014
Congressional leaders continue to show support for educational choice
read the article here
December 10, 2013
Please mail your donations to: CTSO, PO Box 14467, Tucson, AZ 85732
CTSO Annual Report 2012
Now available for download
December 5, 2013
The maximum credit amount that may be taken for tax year 2013
$1,031 for single, unmarried head of household, and married filing separate filers:
$2,062 for married and joint filers:
Find more information at the Arizona Department of Revenue website or call the CTSO office at 520-838-2558.
December 5, 2013
What are the donation deadlines?
If your donation was made within the 2013 calender year, by December 31, 2013; it qualifies as a federal charitable contribution and a 2013 dollar-for-dollar state tax credit.
If your donation is made by April 15, 2014; it qualifies for a 2013 or 2014 dollar-for-dollar state tax credit and as a 2014 federal charitable contribution.
December 1, 2013
2013 tax forms are not yet available - we will post them as soon as possible
Below are the 2012 forms for reference only
What We Do
Welcome to Arizona's Catholic Tuition Support Organization of the Diocese of Tucson (CTSO). CTSO has provided students with the opportunity for an education centered in moral, academic and faith-filled values. To date, CTSO has awarded tuition scholarships to more than 30,000 students. All made possible through the generous contributions of the public and corporate community, the Private School Tuition Tax Credit and the Corporate Tuition Tax Credit.
School Tuition Organizations cannot award, restrict or reserve scholarships solely based upon a donor's recommendation. Taxpayers may not claim a tax credit if the taxpayer agrees to swap donations with another taxpayer to benefit either taxpayer's own dependent.