How it All Works + Tax Advantage
Menus4ALL has 50,000 menus across 12,000 US cities. And these menus that are kicking off amazing meals for folks with a wide variety of vision limitations.
But how does do these menus work for folks who cannot see?
We get this question a lot. Watch the above video to see a live example.
iPhone and Android phones have free hidden features that allow alternative ways of reading who people who have vision limitations. By hearing menus text and images by using finger gestures with a free built in screen reader. Or by pairing, a Braille Refreshable Display, with a phone to feel menus text. Then the last way is with a variety of low vision display options to see menus text and images. We take a copy of your menu and code it in a way to leverage 3 modern assistive technologies that support our 3 alternative reading formats. You do your food magic and we do the code magic. In fact, we code grade A fancy ADA code. Giving you an ADA compliant copy of your menu.
Want to link to your ADA compliant menu off your website? Smart play, your attorney will dig this. With all master menus you get the code and directions to add this link to your website to do this. No need to change the way your website looks. The code is hidden for your customers with typical sight. More magic you get from Menus4ALL. You can even add this link to your Facebook page.
Annual Tax Deduction or Credit
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.
The tax deduction is available to all businesses with a maximum deduction of $15,000 per year. The tax deduction can be claimed for expenses incurred in barrier removal and alterations. Ask you tax professional about if your business is eligible.
2 Menus Types
We have 2 menus types, Master and Copy. If you have one location, order 1 Master menu. If you have more than 1 location with the same menu and prices order 1 Master menu for the first location and then 1 additional menus for each location.