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Back in the pre-Internet day, we started off each tax season with a new set of mammoth books – the latest edition of the Internal Revenue Code and a couple of volumes of Treasury regs. Those books are exactly the tools you need to do justice to this exercise, but if you’re trying to be paperless, I’m sure you can find something else that will do the job.

Gail Perry
Tax Book Ab Twist
Fitness expert Cindy Whitmarsh, who has been sharing tips and exercises with us this spring, has designed some exercises specifically for tax accountants. Today's exercise requires a heavy tax book! No heavy tax book handy? Then reach for a pile of tax files, a laptop, messenger bag, or anything else you can find that weighs a few pounds.
  1. Stand with feet slightly wider than hip-width apart.
  2. Hold tax book in front of you, about four inches away from your chest, with elbows bent.
  3. Contract your abs in and, while keeping hips stationary, rotate your torso and the book from side to side.
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