I'm sorry but you are Clueless.
"Inclusive" and "exclusive" are just ways of Calculating Taxes NOT what's "included IN THEM!!
An Item that now costs $1.00 retail will cost $1.30 under Fairtax.
Fairtax calls this a "23% inclusive" rate (subtracting 23% from 1.30)...
Instead of the way we all know, calculate and pay taxes now.
Where this transaction is well known as a 30% Tax.
so "36% inclusive" is Really 57% Sales tax ("exclusive") the way we all know and pay it now.
IOW, a $1.00 item will cost $1.57.
(not including state sales taxes etc)
It's explained in the link nand my post you didn't comprehend at all.
This doesn't change that Fairtax will tax EVERYTHING.: Food, Houses, Rent, Medical, etc.