5 Most Commonly Overlooked Business Tax Deductions

At Mazuma, we have a lot of experience with business taxes. Ben Sutton, one of Mazuma’s founders and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), recently hosted a webinar on the most commonly missed business tax deductions. Ben’s experience as a CPA has helped him learn what business tax deductions business owners are missing out on. In … Continued

Why Mazuma is More Than Just a Good Accountant

Mazuma is an accounting and bookkeeping service for small businesses. Our goal is to take a load off of your shoulders. We know that as a small business owner, you’re managing every aspect of your business. We also want to be more than just a good accountant. At Mazuma, we want to be the accountant … Continued

Mazuma’s 2017 Earlybird Tax Deal

Be an earlybird and take advantage of this tax deal! Send your tax documents to Mazuma by February 20th and we’ll enter you in a drawing to win a prize! Mazuma Earlybird checklist: 1.  If Mazuma did NOT prepare your taxes last year, start here: Full names and relationship of all family members Social security … Continued

Turn Your Summer Business Trip into a Family Vacation

Question:  I’m headed to a vacation hot spot on a business trip this summer and I’d love to enjoy it while I’m there. How can I bring my family along while keeping this a work trip, and share the expense? What are the rules? Answer: You can have your cake and eat it too! Grab … Continued

How to Raise Your Credit Score in 5 Easy Steps

A great credit score is desirable for all and achievable for anyone who is willing to work for it. As you know, a good credit doesn’t happen overnight, and damaged scores take time to repair. First, what is a credit score exactly? Everyone has one, but they can be confusing to understand. A credit score … Continued

How to Save Money on Your Taxes if You Were Uninsured in 2015

If you were uninsured in 2015, you may owe a penalty on your taxes this year. However, you can still save money by claiming an exemption, which about 70% of Americans are doing in 2016. A whopping 300,000 people who paid the penalty last year would have qualified for the exemption, according to the IRS. … Continued

5 Tips on Getting Financially Fit This Tax Season

Tax season is in full swing and that April 18th deadline is coming quickly. If you missed the boat on setting financial new years resolutions (or maybe you fell off the boat and need to get back on), here are a few ways to revamp and get yourself and your business financially fit during tax … Continued