IRS Tax Credits and Deductions
Small Business Tax Credit (Internal Revenue Code Section 44: Disabled Access Credit)
If you’ve spent money to equip your clinic with ADA-compliant items, you could be eligible to receive money back—maybe not the full $5,000, but, as the saying goes, a penny saved is a penny earned. The tax credit will cover 50% of your total costs when you spend between $250 and $10,250 in eligible ADA expenditures over the course of a year.
So, what does the tax credit cover, you ask? You can use it to offset the costs of:
- Purchasing Any Pivotal Health Solutions Adjustable-Height Chiropractic Tables
- Purchasing Pivotal Health Solutions iTrac Extension Traction Therapy Chair
- removing barriers and making alterations in and around your building to improve accessibility
- providing accessible communication formats (like Braille, large print, and audio tapes) to the visually- and hearing-impaired
- offering a sign-language interpreter or reader for customers or employees
Determine whether your clinic qualifies for the credit.
The ADA tax credit is available to Chiropractic clinics that:
- have total revenues of $1 million or less in the previous tax year, or
- employ fewer than 31 full-time employees.
If you work in a small to mid-size clinic, your company could very well qualify (but, as with anything tax-related, we strongly suggest you consult with a tax advisor regarding your eligibility).
Shop for ADA-compliant equipment on our website.
Our website has an extensive catalogue of ADA-compliant equipment—everything from Chiropractic and Massage treatment tables to iTrac Cervical Curve Remodeling System—that meet eligibility criteria for the ADA tax credit.
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