Please Share Feedback on Possible Changes to Tax Code

A group of respected scholars is studying how the tax code impacts the decisions of corporations that do  business both in the U.S. and internationally. The researchers are particularly interested in the potential  impact of certain reform proposals, such as the creation of an “innovation box,” on the life sciences industry.

While neither IHIF nor BIO is funding or sponsoring the research, both organizations are interested in the  outcome and have agreed to send this survey to our members.  As such, senior tax executives of each  company are encouraged to complete the survey.

The more respondents there are, the more reliable the results will be.  Although the survey gives special attention to the specific impacts of moving to an innovation box regime, it also covers a range of other  important topics as well.

To ensure confidentiality and high-quality results, the research team has contracted with a survey research  firm called StatPac to administer the survey online and collect the data.  It has extensive experience in conducting business surveys.  All participants will receive a copy of the survey results when the analysis is  completed.

Complete confidentiality is guaranteed.

Contracting with Statpac allows the administration of the survey with the highest degree of integrity and  security.  Your responses will be accessible only to the academic research team and Statpac. Your answers will  be kept strictly confidential: no employee of IHIF or BIO or any other company can access the responses.  All  identifying information on survey responses will be destroyed when the project is completed. Analyses based on the survey data will be reported on a combined basis and no individual company data will be identifiable.

To complete the survey, please click here.

Thank you in advance for participating in this important survey.



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