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Tax Benefits of the Disability Access Tax Creditby Michael W. Blitstein, CPA
The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) requires that employers cannot discriminate against individuals with disabilities. The law mandates that businesses offering public goods or services (including dental offices) be accessible to individuals with disabilities. Because these costs can be expensive, and to encourage private business facilities to comply with ADA provisions, the Internal Revenue Code provides a Disability Access Credit for eligible small businesses.
For each tax year, the amount of credit is 50% of the eligible access expenditures that exceed $250, but not to exceed $10,250. Therefore, the maximum annual credit is $5,000.
An eligible small business is one that has less than $1 million (net of refunds and allowances) of gross receipts for the preceding year, or had 30 or fewer full-time employees. An employee is considered full-time if they worked 30 hours a week for 20 or more weeks...
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