ADA Tax Credit for Clinics

Learn how you can offset the cost of select equipment.

You may qualify for up to $5,000!

What is the ADA Tax Credit?

PTs are often surprised to learn about the ADA tax credit—up to $5,000 back—which helps businesses offset their expenditures on equipment, products, and services that facilitate accessibility for people with disabilities.

When you spend money on equipping your clinic with ADA-compliant items such as adaptive treatment furniture, exercise equipment, etc., you could be eligible for some money back.

The credit can cover 50% of up to $10,250 in eligible expenditures in a year and offers a maximum credit of $5,000. The minimum initial spend is $250.

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Eligibility Information

The ADA tax credit is available to rehab 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).

Notice: 2024 Deadline Is Approaching

The deadline for next year’s tax filing is just before the stroke of midnight (11:59 PM, to be exact) on December 31, 2024. Now is the right time to look into your practice’s tax incentive options and make those qualifying purchases.

Helpful Resources

IRS Form 8836

Download IRS Form 8826 so you can write off certain equipment or supply purchases to claim your tax credit.

IRS Quick Reference

Need more information or still have questions? Learn more about the ADA tax credit, available under Section 44 of the IRS code.