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Spaulding Legal, APC is a boutique tax firm in San Diego that is small enough to provide one-on-one client interactions but big enough to fight the toughest battles.





Our Process

Our 4 step processes is designed to deliver the best results.


Call for free phone consultation


Establish representation with the tax authority and gather all relevant information


Develop a precise legal strategy to address every aspect of your case


Execute the strategy and get closure

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Best Business Entities For Beginning Streamers and Influencers

With social media and streaming platforms becoming a huge part of the world we live in, many people have created their own channels to not only entertain but also make money. Those that do choose to embark on the journey of becoming a professional streamer or influencer should be aware of how to personally limit themselves to lawsuits and how they will be taxed on the income they receive. In this blog, we will identity different business entities that streamers/influencers can utilize at the beginning of their journey and as their channel grows.

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S-Corp Shareholder Loans – Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Owning and operating an S-Corp provides many business owners significant benefits. These benefits primarily relate to tax savings and limited liability protection. However, there are strict rules applicable to maintaining an S-Corp in order to preserve all the benefits. In this blog, I am going to discuss a common mistake made by S-Corp owners – failing to properly setup S-Corp loans to and from shareholders. This mistake can have a devastating impact on an S-Corp and its owners, ranging from increased taxes to loss of the corporate veil.

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