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E&Y Study: 3 Tax Tweaks that Could Spur Job Growth

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A new report from Ernst & Young illustrates the economic impact of three tax proposals intended to help small businesses spur innovative research and development. The report indicates that the three tax revisions, if enacted together, could drive up research and development investments by more than $20 billion and create an estimated 623,000 new jobs at new and small firms. The report outlines the potential impact of the three proposals, which include: The R&D partnership Read More >

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CSBI: New Study Outlines Potential Impact of Three Promising Tax Proposals

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Ernst & Young recently released a study to determine the potential impact of three tax proposals to help innovative small companies secure sustained private investment. The study models the direct, indirect, and induced impact that the three legislative proposals would have on investment and employment in small, R&D-intensive companies. Below is a summary of the proposals, as well as the potential impact if enacted: Proposal 1:  Section 469 R&D Partnership Structures. Reforming the passive activity Read More >

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Propel Small Business Innovation through Tax Reform

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As CEO of an emerging clinical-stage biotech company, I lose over $10 million each year. Over the lifetime of my company, I have lost over $100 million. But constantly losing money in an effort to advance discoveries should not overshadow the real lifeblood of biotechnology, which is the reward of seeing patients treated, lives saved, and families healed. Some of the biggest challenges companies like mine face include high research and production costs, coupled with Read More >

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Ernst & Young’s Beyond Borders: Matters of Evidence

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Hundreds of attendees turned out to glean insights from findings outlined in Ernst & Young LLP’s (EY) 27th annual report on the biotechnology industry – Beyond borders: matters of evidence – officially launched at Tuesday morning’s Super Session at the 2013 BIO International Convention. The report was presented by Glen Giovannetti and Gautam Jaggi of EY’s Global Life Sciences Center, and the Super Session featured a panel of industry leaders, including: Brian Edelman, VP, Corporate Read More >

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Convention Veterans Putting the “Super” in Super Sessions

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Featured in the BIO Buzz Center at last year’s Convention, two of our Super Session participants will once again join us to host a dynamic group of C-level industry thought leaders, sharing their perspectives on the current economic environment and major trends that will impact the future of the global industry. Ernst & Young will present insights from their annual report which looks to measure the industry performance through key metrics such as financial results, Read More >

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