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R&D in Medicine: How to benefit from the R&D Tax Credit

    • Nov 11, 2020
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The highly competitive and technical aspect of the medical industry puts a lot of pressure on private practices to invest significant time and energy into improving techniques and procedures, as well as innovating to create new procedures and methods so they can provide the highest quality service to their clients without putting them at risk.

Many private practices are unaware that their day to day activities could qualify for the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit. These activities can bring dollar-for-dollar savings that can then be reinvested back into the practice to further improve medical procedures.

Join us for a webinar to learn how medical practices can increase cash flow through the R&D Tax Credit.

This webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Introduction to the R&D Tax Credit
  • What qualifies as R&D in medicine?
  • How do I benefit?
  • What expenses can I claim?
  • Leyton Process
  • Live Q&A with our life sciences team

Speakers

Ebraheim Ismail - Life Sciences R&D Technical Consultant -Ebraheim is pursuing a PhD in Bioengineering & Biomechanics from Northeastern University. His experience includes cryo preservation along with electron microscopy & wet-lab and in vitro research in ocular diseases and the extracellular matrix field. At Leyton, Ebraheim leads our life sciences team, and has helped many businesses take advantage of the R&D Tax Credit.
Ebraheim Ismail - Life Sciences R&D Technical Consultant

Ebraheim is pursuing a PhD in Bioengineering & Biomechanics from Northeastern University. His experience includes cryo preservation along with electron microscopy & wet-lab and in vitro research in ocular diseases and the extracellular matrix field. At Leyton, Ebraheim leads our life sciences team, and has helped many businesses take advantage of the R&D Tax Credit.

Ebraheim Ismail - Life Sciences R&D Technical Consultant -Ebraheim is pursuing a PhD in Bioengineering & Biomechanics from Northeastern University. His experience includes cryo preservation along with electron microscopy & wet-lab and in vitro research in ocular diseases and the extracellular matrix field. At Leyton, Ebraheim leads our life sciences team, and has helped many businesses take advantage of the R&D Tax Credit.
Steven Latchin - Sr. R&D Tax Credit Consultant-Steven holds a B.S. in Finance from California State University and is passionate about helping companies in the U.S. to identify areas of research and development.
Steven Latchin - Sr. R&D Tax Credit Consultant

Steven holds a B.S. in Finance from California State University and is passionate about helping companies in the U.S. to identify areas of research and development.

Steven Latchin - Sr. R&D Tax Credit Consultant-Steven holds a B.S. in Finance from California State University and is passionate about helping companies in the U.S. to identify areas of research and development.

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