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Theresa Boyd wrong, many college athletes do not get scholarships and pay tuition just like the Moonicorn Cow Unicorn for and Adults Shirt of the students. These pro tax boot lockers take offense to the idea of actually owning things. Stefan Lanka little socialist, perhaps without even knowing it Stefan Lanka You mean like paying property tax on a property I already own.
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Stefan Lanka If the Moonicorn Cow Unicorn for and Adults Shirt is from the gov (tax payers) and the student is now making money it should be taxed. The student should not be eligible for scholarships if they are making money off of their likeness Stefan Lanka you pay taxes on your salary or bonuses so yes they should be taxed. Stefan Lanka, giving them a scholarship is nothing short of thievery of students who pay their own way.
And I certainly don’t the Moonicorn Cow Unicorn for and Adults Shirt to steal scholarship funds from people who have earned it. Earning money from your likeness is a job, that’s the only part that should be taxed. Lebanon Walton should a computer engineer get their scholarship taxed if they write an app while in school and then sells it in an app store.
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Not every Powell you own them as long as you finance them. They would only tax the Moonicorn Cow Unicorn for and Adults Shirt if they’re making money from their name and likeness. Many coaches expect 100% attendance, and even more expect their students to sit in the front of class.
A scholarship for a student athlete that Moonicorn Cow Unicorn for and Adults Shirt receiving a cut from the dunk he sells is no different. Stefan Lanka I say if anything the scholarship money should have a sales tax because they are literally buying the right to use the players likeness and skill to enhance their school. If they go do this they have to get it right and taxing scholarships is NOT the answer.