On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 13:50:02 +0100, Ciaran Mulloy <cmulloy at esatclear.ie> wrote:
> I recently tried to use the Revenue on Line serivce (ROS) to be told that it
> only supports Windows or Mac. http://www.ros.ie/info/faq_systemreq.html>> It seems a little extreme to have to buy another operating system in order to
> file one's taxes (doing it is unpleasant enough!).
Ah but according to the answer to question 1 "Any software which you
need to run the system is available free of charge." :)
>> I was told by the Revenue people that there wasn't enough demand for the
>> Is this a burning issue for anyone else?
>> Ciaran Mulloy,
> email: cmulloy at esatclear.ie> --
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