$150,000 of Modified Business Tax
Donated to Nevada Educational Choice Scholarship Benefiting Local Students
YCStrans.com | Las Vegas, NV
Jonathan Schwartz, Director of Yellow Checker Star
Jonathan Schwartz, director of Yellow Checker Star, a leading taxicab company in Las Vegas, announced the company has donated $150,000 of its modified business tax dollars to Dinosaurs & Roses, a local nonprofit that will in turn use the money to award local scholarships for underprivileged children to attend private schools in Nevada.
During Nevada’s 2015 legislative session, Assembly Bill No. 165 (AB 165) was passed and signed into law by Gov. Brian Sandoval. AB 165 established the Nevada Educational Choice Scholarship Program. This program allows any taxpayer who is required to pay the modified business tax to receive a credit against the tax when donating money to a scholarship organization that has been approved by the Nevada Department of Education.
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