December is a time when many people and businesses begin taking crucial steps to prepare for tax time. Business owners are reminded that you can offset your taxes by making a contribution to a 501C3 non-profit, or participate in a neighborhood assistance program and earn tax credits. In Laclede County there are a few organizations that have tax credits available, including The Market at Lifepoint, which is a food pantry. Becky King with The Market at Lifepoint said donors allow them to serve families and individuals…..
King said they don’t turn anyone in away, so businesses who give and then earn tax credits can be confident that their donation is helping those in need….
The Market at Lifepoint currently has close to $30-thousand-dollars in tax credits available for donors. Other organizations that may have Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credits available are the Laclede Literacy Council, COPE, Live to Give Hope and Elevate Lebanon.