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Job Placement Manager
Brett Buell

Brett@goclubhouse.org
Tel: 224-5523

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Tax Incentives Packet

Tax Credits and Deductions, IRS Form 8826

To assist businesses with complying with the ADA, Section 44 of the IRS Code allows a tax credit for small businesses and Section 190 of the IRS Code allows a tax deduction for all businesses.

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The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 503

Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination and requires employers with federal contracts or subcontracts that exceed $10,000 to take affirmative action to hire, retain, and promote qualified individuals with disabilities.

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Employer Assistance and Resource Network

Resources to help employers recruit, hire, retain and advance individuals with disabilities

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Article: “ADA Tax Breaks Help Small Businesses Stay Accessible
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Disability Employment Practices Handbook

Contains tips on tax incentives, interviewing, and hiring.

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Helps Employers

  • Reduce workers’ compensation and other insurance costs
  • Become educated about their responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Rehabilitation Act
  • Hire, retain, and promote qualified employees with disabilities;
  • Provide information on accommodation options and practical solutions
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Benefits to the Employer & Value of a Diverse Workforce

  • It is common for employers to have concerns about hiring workers from groups that have not previously contributed to their business.
  • Every person has the ability to be a valuable and dedicated partner in the workplace.
  • No one is vocationally impaired.
  • Tap into a reliable pool of workers who have above average performance, attendance, and safety records.
  • Minimize problems with stability, attendance, and safety.
  • Hiring individuals with unique needs (some visible, some not) offers an employer a higher employee retention rate and less turnover than the traditional workforce.
  • Higher Retention equals Increased Profits!
  • By hiring people with impairments your business may qualify for the following financial incentives: Small Business Tax Credit, Architectural/Transportation Tax Deduction, and Work Opportunity Tax Credit.
  • Hiring a more diverse workforce demonstrates a company‚Äôs commitment to nondiscrimination and will build a better community image which will lead to an increased customer base.
  • Hiring workers with impairments gives the employer experience in working with non-traditional workforces, and will better prepare the employer to cope with future labor-short economies.
  • The most requested accommodation from this untapped workforce is for a flexible schedule.

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