I have been thinking and reading about MTD4V - HMRC expect all Taxpayers to be totally computer literate and also have the appropraie accounting skills to complete cloud accounting or spreadsheets. I personally being 57 years of age am being discrimiated against. I can use a computer as I was trained as an Accountants and with the skills learnt and the understanding of double entry I can easily complete manual records and sort of understand computers if I print out from them - ledgers etc. I was never formally taught how to use a computer and I find them frustrating to use, I was taught to write on pages. At the moment compared with another individual who was taught spreadsheets at School is far advanced with MTD and so I would like you to consider if I am being discrimated against by HMRC - discrimibation = the unjust or predjudicial treatment of different catergories of people on the grounds of rage AGE or sex. I would thank you in advance for your thoughts and what I might say to HMRC about this point .
3rd Mar 2019
HMRC - age discrimination
Are HMRC discriminating against people in the age range 40 plus
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