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Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program

Submit your 2020 GOAL Tax Credit Application today!

In 2008 the Georgia Education Expense Credit became law, allowing taxpayers to take a credit against their Georgia income taxes for amounts contributed to qualifying K-12 Student Scholarship Organizations (SSO). By redirecting a portion of your state tax liability to Mill Springs Academy through our partner SSO, Georgia GOAL, taxpayers receive a 100% state income tax credit!

This is a proven opportunity that is a win-win-win for taxpayers, scholarship recipients, and our school community. By simply redirecting a portion of your GA State tax liability to Georgia GOAL for a 100% Georgia income tax credit, you will help maximize this source of financial aid for deserving families desiring to receive a Mill Springs Academy education.

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 separate returns - up t $1,250
  • S Corporation shareholder, LLC member, or partnership partner - $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 to December 2019) - Complete the 2020 GOAL Tax Credit Application today at (takes just 20 seconds!).
  2. GOAL Submits to DOR - On the first business day of January 2020, GOAL submits your application to the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR).
  3. Approved to Contribute - GOAL and DOR notify you of approved tax credit amount and payment deadline in early January 2020.
  4. Make Payment - Pay GOAL by check or credit card within 60 days of DOR approval (by mid-March 2020).
  5. Take the Credit - In May, GOAL will send you a Form IT-QEE-SSO1 (tax receipt) for claiming the credit on your 2020 Georgia income tax return (note: you will take the credit when you file your 2020 taxes in 2021).

Please contact our Development Director, Mary Ramirez at 678-893-7033, with any questions.