The Architectural Barrier Removal Tax Deduction offers businesses the opportunity to make capital improvements to their facilities to increase access to persons with disabilities and elderly individuals. Businesses may claim a deduction of up to $15,000 yearly for qualified expenses.
This tax credit is a fantastic opportunity for business owners looking to modernize their facilities by ensuring they provide equal access to all persons. Individuals with disabilities, including many veterans, offer valuable contributions to businesses and communities. Opening up businesses to these individuals is a wise decision made easier through this valuable tax credit. Likewise, improving facilities to make them accessible to older individuals is a business decision that will pay dividends. The median age in the United States has trended upwards for decades. Taking advantage of the Architectural Barrier Removal Tax Credit now, while it is still available, will put your business ahead of the curve.
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