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The ADA specifically requires hotel reservations and event ticketing systems to provide enough information for disabled patrons to determine whether facility access meets their individual needs. The WCAG 2.0 provides standards for website design which are needed for the blind to access content and are the root of a new wave of litigation across the country.

In today’s world, your business can exist with or without a physical location. The internet brings your goods and services to people who never could have seen them before. Technological advances allow those with special needs to access your business and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 help your website make it possible. State and local governments recently received Notice of Proposed Rulemaking from the USDOJ last September and private businesses have been deluged with lawsuits. When your website is inaccessible: YOU LOSE BUSINESS! ADA-Expert’s long term compliance solutions stop litigation and ensure you make every sale.

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Accessibility Tax Credit

Accessibility Tax Credit

In order to incentivize businesses to adhere to ADA compliance requirements, the U.S. government decided to help businesses that attain accessibility requirements, including for their websites.

Section 44 of the IRS Code allows a tax credit for small businesses while Section 190 of the IRS Code allows a tax deduction for all businesses.

The difference between a tax credit and a tax deduction is that a tax credit is subtracted from what you owe in taxes (after calculating your taxes), while a tax deduction is subtracted from your total income before calculating your taxes. In other words, a tax deduction is applied to your taxable income.

Download IRS Form 8826 >
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