How to Make the Most of Your Investment in a Child’s Dream

With W-2s arriving at the end of January, 
taxes should be on your mind.
      I know, I know. You're over there thinking

 "What do my taxes have to do with a child's dream?"
     "Why am I even reading this?"

I'll tell you why. It is time to pull out the 
receipts, thank you notes, and correspondences 
that prove that you made a donation to a non-
profit organization in 2015, because they are tax 

What is a tax deduction? Well in essence it is a 
reduction in your tax liability. The boring, 
technical definition is "a deduction from gross 
income that arises due to various types of expenses 
incurred by a taxpayer. Tax deductions are removed 
from taxable income (adjusted gross income) and 
(*here is the important part*) thus lower the 
overall tax expense liability"

The short and sweet explanation: you can owe less,
end up owing nothing, or *gasp*...
              ...get more "dough" back!


Because The Dream Factory is classified as a 501(c)3
not-for-profit organization by the IRS and since you 
received no goods or services for your contribution,
donations made are 100% deductible. We suggest that 
you consult your tax advisor for specific 
instructions regarding the deduction of this 
contribution, that way you will get the most out of 
your investment!

So, not only are you helping GRANT A DREAM and 
provide hope, happiness, and relief to a critically 
or chronically ill child and their family when you 
donate to The Dream Factory, but you are also 
getting a tax deduction! Can you believe it?!

I don't think it gets any better than that. 

Don't freak out if you didn't make any charitable 
donations in 2015, because we have you covered for 
2016 taxes! Get started now by visiting 
and clicking donate. Make a difference and get some
of your tax money back too!


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