States look on as Mass eyes $1 million user fee tax credit
This article was originally published in Clinica
Massachusetts medical device companies are seeking help from their state legislature in defraying the cost of FDA user fees. A bill creating a new 50% tax credit on what companies pay for FDA product reviews will be introduced soon in the Massachusetts State Legislature, according to Thomas Summers, executive director of Boston-based MassMEDIC, the Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Coalition.
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