The answer is no if you follow the guidelines of the Americans with disabilities act and act on it you will be in A.D.A. conformité. An you might be surprised to find instead of being put out of business you will gain more customer there are a few things to consider when adapting your business for accessibility you will gain business the disabled population in the United states spends on average per year is over $1 billion to the economy.
There are a number of tax breaks that a business would be entitled to if you spend the money to bring your business up to code with the American’s with disabilities act. If you have a business that is an older building built before 1993 you are still required to comply with the A.D.A. but you have less strict guidelines to follow
If you are a small business you should see what changes you can do right now and just remember you can do these projects were in phases if you don’t have to do it all once like the big businesses
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the Americans with disabilities act is not something to be afraid of it is just a list of regulation and guidelines to follow and say our mostly just from common sense and if making your business up to code is a major project where it’s too expensive you don’t have to follow the guidelines to bring the year business up to code or you can do the renovations in a different times
To help them your business out you might be entitled to a number of tax breaks if you are a comply with the Americans with disabilities act
Such as providing
1. Purchase of équipement adapté or modification of equipment;
2. Production of print materials in alternate formats such as Braille or audio; and
3. Sign language interpreters for employees or customers.
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