In particular, it discriminates against those who cannot afford to buy acomputer (or have no reason to buy a computer other than to file theirincome tax returns).
As an example, a self employed tradesperson (e.g. a painter and decorator)may have no use of a computer. They may well be able to do their ownself-assessment. But if they want to electronically file to save 5%, theywould probably have to do it through an accountant - thus incurring fees.
It also appears to discriminate against the majority of us who are employedand pay our Tax through PAYE - and have no opportunity to avail ourselves ofthe 5% discount!
In summary, it discriminates against the (financially) poor, the informationpoor, and the poor bloody infantry!
But perhaps this goverment, having abandoned public ownership (despite thefact that the preople of this country are heartily sick of privatisation,and as a minimum wish to see the Railways, Bus Companies and Utilitiesreturned to public ownership) want everybody to be self-employed (but notthrough limited companies).
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