"Interesting angle: A consumer to non-consumer barter. So if Tiger is going to give GM $100,000 in endorsements, then GM better give him $130,000 worth of car(s), so when Tiger -- as the consumer of the car -- pays the FairTax due, he comes out even."
"My thought would be that compensation would be income and not taxed until they spent it on a new house, a yacht, or a Bentley.
The vehicle GM bought would not be for business use and would be taxed when they bought it.
I think it's simpler to…"
"Someone needs to kick Hannity's butt, too, and tell him that the poor DO pay taxes -- the corporate taxes built into the price of everything they buy. Sometimes Hannity is such a putz I can see people wanting to see him whine MORE about how…"