6. Disabled people
President Biden will most likely encourage employers, no matter how big or small they are, to hire disabled individuals. He plans to do so by pushing for increased tax credits. This credit will be worth around $5,000 in the first years and $2,500 in the second year if the disabled individual will agree to work for another year.
He also thought about improving accessibility for disabled workers, giving businesses up to $30,000 in tax credits to create the perfect workplace for their disabled employees.
Additionally, Biden also wants to extend the access to ABLE accounts. This type of account is basically a tax-advantaged savings account that offers individuals with disabilities a way to pay for their disability-related costs and expenses like transportation, housing, and education. He plans to help 6 million disabled adults, including 1 million veterans.