The State of Georgia has set aside $100 million in available credits that can be redirected to any independent school in the state on a first come, first serve basis. Individuals and corporations will receive a Georgia income tax credit (and federal income tax deduction) for redirecting their state income tax payments to Georgia Student Scholarship Organizations (SSOs).The additional financial aid funding created by the GTCP frees up High Meadows School’s operating budget for other important initiatives. As a result, every High Meadows School student is positively impacted.
The $100 million cap is expected to be met January 1, so you must preregister TODAY to reserve your tax credit (consider this a “pledge,” as your actual payment will be made sometime between January and March 2022).
The amount you can redirect is limited by your tax filing status: