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The Medtech industry is a continuously evolving industry full of innovators, regulators, and others alike. LB Carlson will be your strategic partner throughout your entire process assisting with important daily decisions, designing and implementing new business models, and offering up a whole array of other expert advice that impacts this industry on a daily basis so you can achieve your ultimate goal.

Industry-Specific Services

The seasoned professionals of LB Carlson strive to become an integral part of your management team. You can expect our experienced staff to provide an array of services to help you take your business farther:

Consulting

  • Start-up of companies
  • Merger and acquisitions
  • Preparing for and Sale of business
  • Stock Options/Deferred Compensation
  • Cash Management/Budgeting
  • Financing

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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