Thanks for the note! I think your sentences are just fine. The thing to remember about embedded taxes is that the 22% rate is just an average. The more steps in production, the higher the embedded cost.
In area where there is little competition, let's say colleges, the tuition costs may not come down very much. They have convinced us that the more you pay for college, the better the college. We take care of that issue by treating college tuition as human capital (FairTax does not tax capital). The actual cost of tuition = tuition + income taxes +payroll taxes could dramatically lower the cost of a college or any education. The FairTax does not tax tuition for K-12, trade school etc. not just college.
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