#<p><strong><a href="http://www.techeye.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Screen-Shot-2015-07-21-at-11.50.54-e1437475944813.png"><img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-160091" src="http://www.techeye.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Screen-Shot-2015-07-21-at-11.50.54-300x153.png" alt="Tax Man or Tax Person" width="300" height="153" /></a>People that don’t use</strong> the internet won’t be forced to by the British tax person.</p>
<p>That emerged when David Gauke, the financial secretary to the Treasury, outlined the government attitude to netless people.</p>
<p>Gauke said: “HMRC recognise that their [sic] customers’ needs are varied and that some of their customers will have difficulty or would prefer not to manage their tax affairs online.”</p>
<p>He continued: “It won’t be compulsory for people to interact with them [sic] digitally and they [sic] will continue to provide help and support to ensure that they [the customers] can access HMRC services.”</p>
<p>Nevertheless, HMRC has embarked on a project to design and implement its future support models for “digitally excluded customers”.… <a href="http://www.techeye.net/business/taxman-wont-discriminate-against-digitally-disabled" class="read-more">Read the rest</a></p>