Oregon Individual Development Account Tax Credits – Limited Amounts Still Available!
Thanks to the generous participation of donors like yourself, the Oregon IDA Initiative is helping make dreams a reality in all corners of the state. More than 3,500 individuals are saving right now to build a better future for themselves and their families, and serving as examples within their communities of what a difference a habit of savings plus modest financial incentives can produce.
The Oregon IDA Initiative needs the support of people like you to succeed. Your contributions to Neighborhood Partnerships are the fuel that keeps the Initiative running. Your generosity provides the match for participants’ savings that is their incentive to do the hard work of planning, saving, and building new habits, and helps provide the on-the-ground coaching and support that ensures that participants can make the best possible choices for their futures.
We have almost reached our funding limits for the 2016 calendar year. As a past contributor to the Initiative, we wanted to be sure to reach out to you before we reached capacity. We don’t want you to miss your chance to be part of this great work.
We are still accepting donations by
- check (qualifies for a 70% credit on your Oregon state taxes)
- or by credit card (qualifies for a 67% credit on your Oregon state taxes),
Until we reach our limit of $7.5 million in tax credits. You can check availability of credits here. Please don’t delay if you want to donate in 2016. We expect to hit our limit quickly.
Thank you so much for your partnership. We appreciate your support, and your patience with all of our changes this year.
Executive Director, Neighborhood Partnerships
P.S. Please call 503.548.4475 with any questions. We’d love to speak with you directly.
P.P.S. Will you be in Salem on November 15th? We’ll have a marketplace of IDA small businesses at our annual conference, held at the Salem Convention Center, beginning at 5 pm. We’d love to have you stop by and see what you’ve helped build! RSVP to Jill Winsor.