Originally Posted by DaleDe
In the US it is customary to exclude taxes on all product pricing, except Gasoline.
Yes, funny that.
But gas is also the only product that lists its price down to the tenth of a cent, so they can display the 9 tenths in small print, making the gas look a penny cheaper per gallon than it really is.
It seems like marketeers won't keep their jobs unless they find a way to hide true cost in SOME way.
Communication companies have the added out being able to shift the blame to various government-imposed fees aside from normal taxes.