Filing fit: Two days to go

With less than 10 days to go to the self assessment deadline, the stress levels of practitioners across the UK will no doubt be rising.

Trying to complete tax returns on top of a normal workload is not an easy task, even for the most organised of tax agents - who are often more concerned with the health of their client's self assessment returns than that of themselves.

So it’s no surprise that at this time of year, health, fitness and wellbeing may go out the window in favour of longer...

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TaxTeddy's picture

An afternoon nap is recommended

TaxTeddy | | Permalink

No, I'm not joking. I'm working long hours - like most of us - so a half hour nap at around 2pm really sets me up for the second half of the day. Try it.

Actually, thinking about it...... it really only works if you have an office at home, doesn't it?

Rachael_Power's picture

There's an app for naps!

Rachael_Power | | Permalink

You could even try out our sleep app - also works for an afternoon nap! Let us know how you get on.

TaxTeddy's picture

Low tech napping    1 thanks

TaxTeddy | | Permalink

Ah! I don't have a mobile phone. So it's old fashioned, low tech snoozing for me.

Ha Ha........Excellent!! : )

RikB1314 | | Permalink

Ha Ha........Excellent!! : )

The thought of trying this and NOT having a home office is quite amusing!!

LAMBERTCLERICAL's picture

Sleeping at work.

LAMBERTCLERICAL | | Permalink

At a previous practice our tax specialist had narcolepsy.

While normally he would merit his own private office, this bloke had to work in the general audit room. That way, when he nodded off someone could see him and give him a nudge, thump, kick or whatever took their fancy!

Water    1 thanks

malcolm141 | | Permalink

I had a quick read and couldn't see water on the list, I think at least a litre a day would be a good idea and no alcohol.

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