1. Coffee is a great tax deduction
While you are spending a few dollars a day on a coffee maker and coffee, they could be great investment by generating tax deductions. Buy a coffee maker and stack up your kitchen with good coffee flavors, they can be tax deducted under office expenses. They will keep a lot of employees happy and more likely improve communication with employees. Usually employees engage in small conversations with coworkers, while preparing their cup of coffee. Employee’s can enjoy a good cup of coffee, while you enjoy a good tax deduction.
2. Caffeine gives your short term memory a boost
It is not a secret most of us have had plenty of coffee during our college years. We practically over dosed on coffee the night before the exam in order to stay awake and make sure we memorized terminology or formulas. Test results proved that caffeine helped us stay focused.
3. Coffee makes brighter brains
Since coffee drinkers have higher energy levels, their brains function at significantly higher levels. Caffeine improves reaction time, memory, and other general brain functions. Studies have also shown that coffee drinkers are less likely to develop brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
4. Coffee minimizes health risks
Coffee drinkers tend to have a lower risk to develop type 2 diabetes. They are also at less risk to develop cancers.
5. Coffee may be used to attack depression
Even though they have not been 100% proven, studies have shown that there is a lower rate in depression for coffee drinkers to those who do not consume it. Since caffeine boosts the energy in your body, it suppresses the depression mood; therefore those who do not drink coffee are less likely or minimize the risk of depression.
6. Coffee drinkers are fun and interesting
According to a study conducted in the United Kingdom, “those who drink coffee are more exciting to work with and add more fun to the workplace. They tend to be team players and love to engage others in a discussion or activity.”
7. Coffee drinkers are high achievers
Individuals who drink coffee tend to start their day as early as five in the morning. Usually their day starts with a cup of coffee with a list of tasks to do for the day; rather than starting a day by slowly and dragging throughout the day. The coffee drinker gets out of bed, gets in the shower and starts his/her day as soon as possible and are always ready to meet their goals for the day.
Coffee is a great stimulant and offers great benefits for the office environment. Ensure that the office kitchen is supplied with yours’ and your employees’ favorite coffee flavors to maintain a great work atmosphere. The profitable part of buying plenty of coffee for you and your employees is that you can also enjoy the tax benefits that come along with it.
“Enjoy a richer life with a taste of coffee every morning.” Sal Alvarado[:]