The minister said that he has directed officials in the department to work on a disincentive
architecture for the operators.
"In all cases of overcharging established during audit the affected customers shall be refunded of the overcharged amounts within two months, failing which the service provider shall be liable for financial disincentive
equivalent to the amount of overcharged amount," says the TRAI in a release.
It would also help local young people find houses, since the lack of health facilities would be a disincentive
for retirees, as they have an increased demand on the health service, and free homes for locals.
Lauren Wood, of Citizens Advice Scotland, said: "On that borderline, it can be a real disincentive
Mr Duncan Smith said that pension credits were a "disincentive
" to save, adding retirement ages for men and women would rise to 66 by 2020 to meet European regulations, boosting the Treasury by pounds 14billion.
Charging people can act as a disincentive
to them taking medications necessary for their health, it added.
It was quite a disincentive
to attending a run-of-the-mill all-weather meeting, and many may wonder whether a comfortable armchair at home would be a wiser option in future.
Glyn Jones, managing director of Palletline UK - whose distribution centre is based Erdington - said road pricing in just one area of the country would represent a disincentive
to businesses to set up operations or remain in the region at all.
INCAPACITY benefit must be subjected to "bold" reform so that it no longer represents a disincentive
to get back to work, a government minister said today.
Organiser and former Neath mayor John Warman said: 'It is a tax on entering Wales, it is a massive disincentive
to business and puts pressure on companies trying to start in Wales.'
Many view the complicated reporting process as a disincentive
to participation in the program.