But power man under a fair tax you wouldn't have any deductions at all so the problem is fixed the tax deferment wouldn't be allowed
But in the scenario I'm talking about person A and B could have been doing what they're doing for the last 20 years
Person A really comes out lucky compared to person B because they've ALREADY benefited from the tax advantages of their account while person B was positioning themselves to benefit from it decades later.
How does the fair tax take things like this into consideration? Or does it?
Why can no one answer the question?