Your company can claim the disabled access tax credit for money spent making the business more accessible to disabled people. The credit, equal to 50 percent of up to $10,000 in expenses, includes the physical construction of ramps, parking spaces, etc. But the IRS just ruled that nonphysical accommodations—such as software that enables deaf people to access your Web site—don't qualify. (IRS LR 200411042)
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