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Mass. Democratic House Candidate, Seth Moulton, Takes Stand Against Medical Device Tax

Seth Moulton, a Democratic candidate for the 6th Congressional District in Massachusetts is committed to oppose the medical device tax, if elected. Moulton is facing long-time incumbent Rep. John Tierney, in a September 9th primary.  Moulton, in a position statement entitled Protecting the 6th District Medical Device Industry, says that he will “fight against the... Read the rest

MassMEDIC Urges Swift Formation of MDET Panel and Action on Tax Policy

Last month, we reported that the Massachusetts State Legislature had authorized a panel of government and industry representatives to examine the feasibility of a tax credit to offset the negative impact the federal medical device tax is having on MedTech company operations. The legislation was signed into law by Mass. Governor Deval Patrick in late... Read the rest

Calling all CFOs!

MassMEDIC has established a special forum for member MedTech company financial executives - CFOs, Comptrollers, Treasurers – that will meet on a periodic basis throughout the year to consider relevant topics to investment, tax policy and other issues. The Forum will be chaired by Lou Borrelli, CFO of Nova Biomedical.  The first meeting will be... Read the rest

Boston Herald Editorial: A Devastating Tax

By the Boston Herald Staff Of all the many flaws in Obamacare, the medical device tax, the most destructive, would also be the easiest to fix. The 2.3 percent tax was always among the most controversial elements of the Affordable Care Act and even this state’s irretrievably liberal Democratic delegation opposed it pretty much from... Read the rest

Newsletter - August 2014

Massachusetts Authorizes Study Panel on Medical Device Excise Tax Offset Credit

The Massachusetts State Legislature agreed to a few technical changes offered by Governor Patrick in authorizing a special panel to study the feasibility of a state tax credit to mitigate the impact of the federal medical device excise tax (MDET). The study panel was strongly supported by MassMEDIC and the Legislature adopted specific language offered... Read the rest

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