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Imagine if you could spend more time on the things that matter most to your business: creativity, driving revenue, and providing excellent customer service.

Technology is changing at an incredible rate, and for the MedTech industry, it is a challenge to keep up. A business advisor like LB Carlson can significantly reduce the competitive pressure in this continuously evolving industry full of innovators and regulators.

Working with different sectors in this constantly evolving industry leaves us prepared for anything thrown our way. As a strategic partner, we can help take some of the pressure off by making sure compliance doesn’t get too overwhelming- so you have one less thing to worry about when it comes down to running your company.

We’re passionate about your success

Our full suite of service offerings, industry expertise, and can-do attitude make us unique from other accounting firms. First and foremost, we share your entrepreneurial spirit and are excited by the fast-paced environment in which you operate. Our team is ready to run (or sprint!) alongside you, eager to be part of your journey. Additionally, our forward-thinking approach will help prevent you from making costly mistakes and incurring unnecessary expenses.

A trusted partner to the MedTech industry

A trusted partner of the MedTech industry for over thirty years, LB Carlson is a premier accounting and consulting firm for a variety of companies, including startups, manufacturers, and medical device equipment providers. From consulting on tax strategy and financial reporting practices through valuations or guidance when you are ready to sell, we have a solution that can help navigate the many complexities the MedTech industry faces.

How we can help you!

We provide the following services to our MedTech clients:

Accounting Services Support

  • Day to day activity/monthly/annual
  • Payroll processing
  • Contract controller or CFO services

Valuations

  • Growth/investors
  • Buy sell agreement compliance
  • Litigation support
  • Stock Option value

Attest Services

  • Compilation
  • Review
  • Audit
  • Agreed Upon Procedures

Tax

  • Planning
  • Compliance
  • Representation
  • Research and Development Credits

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