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There is good news for companies that use sign language interpreters. If your company is a small business with 30 or fewer full-time employees, your company qualifies for a tax credit. Or if your company had yearly revenues of $1,000,000 or less, your company also will qualify for a tax credit.

This tax credit was created in 1990 and established under Section 44 of the Internal Revenue Code, and can be claimed by filling out Form 8826.

Download Form 8826 in PDF format.

The tax credit covers the costs of interpreting and purchasing adaptive equipment. After the first $250 of eligible accessibility expenditures in a year, the amount of the tax credit is equal to 50% of expenditures to a maximum expenditure of $10,250. You may also read IRS Publication Numbers 535 and 334 for further information on possible additional tax incentives.

Download Publication 535 or 334 in PDF format.

You can also visit the U.S. Department of Justice ADA page on this website:

Please note that we are not tax experts. This information is from freely available web sites and is intended only to assist you in finding out what tax benefits you may qualify for. None of the information provided herein should be construed as tax advice. Always consult your tax professional.