Hoosiers can donate to public education on tax forms

INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 25, 2016) – State Rep. Tim Harman (R-Bremen) announced that Hoosiers can now make a donation to Indiana’s public schools when filing this year’s taxes.
“Hoosiers can donate directly to the K-12 public education fund, but the money cannot be designated to a specific school in Indiana, by filling out the Schedule 5 credit/donation form and include it with their income tax form,” Harman said. “This is a simple way for people to give back to their community and support the kids who will one day be tomorrow’s leaders.”
Harman, who wrote the law establishing the donation option, said Hoosiers can find the donation area listed under “Public K-12 Education Fund” on their 2016 tax forms.

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