The Price Is Right ... and the Taxes Are HighBy Sarah B. Weir
Aug. 20, 2013
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"There's no such thing as a free lunch" ...unless you are the taxman in this situation, then you are getting a free lunch at some plebs' expense. - ChrisThere is no such thing as a free lunch ... or an all-expenses paid trip to Acapulco. That's what "The Price Is Right" contestant Andrea Schwartz found out when she scored $33,000 worth of prizes, including a shiny red Mazda 2 compact car, a pool table, and a shuffle board table, on the popular television game show.