Welcome to More From Fourscore

Take a look at our quick video from Jesse Jones, Fourscore Business Law founder.

Blog Post: “Does my company need a bank account?”

The short answer is yes. Keeping your personal and business finances separate can provide you with asset protection and tax incentives. In the blog, learn about the “corporate veil”, the importance of separate entities, and how to open a company bank account.


Pete’s Fourscore Day

Clients know Peter Singh as the attorney who helps them with financing, commercial transactions, and other corporate matters.

But did you know we just celebrated his 80th day with Fourscore? Congratulations, Pete!

Tax season is here: Are you ready?


If you’re a new founder or planning to start a business in 2020, filing an 83(b) form could save you thousands of dollars in taxes.

If you don’t want to pay more taxes than you have to, learn the best practices in this blog post.


Welcome, Benjamin!

Please join us in welcoming Benjamin Jacob to the Fourscore team. Ben brings a wealth of knowledge about venture financing transactions, formation and governance, and general corporate matters.

His expertise will help our clients move forward — no matter what stage of growth they’re in.


Save the date: Entrepreneurs workshop

Please mark your calendars for our entrepreneur workshop on March 5th at 5:30 pm. We’ll announce the topic and location soon — stay tuned!

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Based in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina, Fourscore Business Law serves entrepreneurs and businesses in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wilmington, Charlotte and throughout the Southeast. We also represent venture capital funds and other investors who invest in companies located in New York, Silicon Valley and everywhere between. The idea of delivering maximum impact in a simple and succinct manner is what we’re calling the Fourscore Principle. And that is what Fourscore Business Law is based on.  Our clients operate in a broad range of industries including tech, IoT, consumer products, B2B services and more. Questions? Shoot us an email or give us a call at (919) 307-5356. Your first call is on us.