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Who is eligible for the ADA Tax Credit?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Tax Credit is a tax credit that is available to small businesses that incur expenses to make their facilities or products more accessible to people with disabilities. The tax credit is intended to help small businesses cover the costs of complying with the ADA, which is a federal law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in the workplace and in public accommodations.

To be eligible for the ADA Tax Credit, businesses must meet certain criteria. Specifically, businesses must have fewer than 30 full-time employees and must have incurred expenses to make their facilities or products more accessible to people with disabilities.

Businesses that meet these criteria may be eligible for the ADA Tax Credit regardless of the type of business they operate or the products or services they provide. The credit is available to businesses in a variety of industries, including retail, hospitality, healthcare, and manufacturing, among others.

In addition to meeting the eligibility requirements, businesses must also follow certain rules in order to claim the ADA Tax Credit. For example, businesses must complete Form 8826, Disabled Access Credit, and attach it to their tax return in order to claim the credit. They must also keep records of their expenses and be prepared to provide documentation if requested by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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