IELTS Writing Task 2 Sample 488 - Who send their children to private school should not pay education tax
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IELTS Writing Task 2/ IELTS Essay:
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Parents, who send their children to private school, should not be required to pay education tax.
Do you agree or disagree?
You should write at least 250 words.
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
Tax is aiding to creep the authority revenue by directly or indirectly way from public. Tax is collected by various modes such as- by Tool tax, Educational tax and so on. It is believed that guardian should not be needed to disburse education tax who send their children in private school.
I accede to this interpretation that parents should not be pay tax, who send their children in private school because they already sacrifice by spending huge amount in school as a fees for their children's education. For instance, in Canada, the private school or university want a big chunk of money from guardian who want higher education for their children so i notion that they should not do more sacrifice by pay education tax.
On the other hand, it is believe that all people are equal, nobody are different to each other so all people have responsibility to pay tax as an equality. Moreover, we know the collection of money by tax is use in government school for covering the education of students , authority schools can also provide a higher education to students like private schools. In addition to, we also pay an emergency tax for fire brigade or ambulance. As evidence, fortunate, some people do not use this help in their lives but they pay this tax so, as this all parents should be pay education tax even they send their children in private schools.
To sum up, I strongly believe that all parents should not be pay tax because they already pay huge money to schools. I think as the burden of pay education tax, the students cannot able to concentrate in their study.
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