Baby Boomers and those still around from the Silent Generation might remember when gas stations gave out drinking glasses when we did a fill up. Well, now that Citibank is lending again, it needs depositors. As an incentive it's handing out frequent flyer miles. Hell broke loose, thanks to the bottom-up movement, when the bank sent out 1099s stating that the fair market value of each of those miles is 2.5 cents. A tax expert says no, the value is more like a penny.
Now that issue, like the Susan G. Komen funding one, is in the court of public opinion. Going to the court of law to make something right might be so 5 minutes ago.