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What new resources do we have for you this month? Take a look at our quick video from Jesse Jones, Fourscore Business Law founder.
Save the Date: Live Virtual Founders Workshop
Fourscore is hosting a live virtual founders workshop with Entre on May 21st. Click here to learn more about the event and register online.
We’re also participating in a virtual pitch event with Entre on May 20th! Click here to learn more.
Still facing challenges with the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program? In our newest video, Attorney Benjamin Jacob walks you through what you need to know to qualify and apply. You can also learn more about other COVID business opportunities, finances, and relief in Attorney Jesse Jones’ Entre interview with William Winter, CPA here.
Murphy’s Natural Meeting a Global Need for Hand Sanitizer
The Raleigh maker of a popular natural insect repellent will introduce a hand sanitizer spray to stop the spread of COVID-19.
“As soon as we realized we were capable of making hand sanitizer, it was an easy decision to deploy our resources to develop this product,” said Philip Freeman, CEO. Check out our Client Tell to learn more about their initiatives.
6 Tips for Pitching Investors Remotely
Despite travel risks, investors are looking outside of the traditional hotspots for innovation. Video conferencing tools, like Zoom, facilitate due diligence and board meetings.
So, if you have a virtual pitch on your schedule, here are 6 tips for communicating your startup’s value.
How to Mitigate Capital Gain Taxes by 50-100%
Rules applying to Qualified Small Business Stock (QSBS) are intended to promote investments in small businesses. And if a company uses the rules correctly, they may be able to mitigate capital gain taxes by 50-100%.
If you’re a founder or investor, here are the 8 things you need to know to take advantage of these rules.
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