by Craig Roth | April 24, 2017 | Comments Off on Your Robot 1040 Tax Form
You may have turned in your taxes, but have your robots turned in their Robot Tax Forms? If you are a robot, make sure you fill out your Form 10000010000 U.S. Individual Robot Income Tax Return. For convenience, I’ve provided a copy below.
FORM 10000010000: Robot Tax Return 2016
Name or designation: ____________
Serial #: ____________
Address, City, State, and ZIP code: ____________
or, if you are an airborne or underwater ROV, please provide current GPS coordinates: ____________
Check only one box. [ ] Single [ ] Swarm [ ] Cluster
Select One: [ ] Physical robot [ ] Software robot [ ] Cobot [ ] Chatbot [ ] Virtual Personal Assistant
List humans dependent on you for a job:
First name: ____________ Last name: ____________
Enter number of milliseconds worked during the tax year in billions: ____________
Multiply by Robot Minimum Wage of 0.036: ____________
= Total Robot Tax: ____________
TAX AND CREDITS
Training paid to your human operators: ____________
Child care or elder care: ____________
Farm income: ____________
Combat pay: ____________
Depreciation (health care) expenses: ____________
AMOUNT YOU OWE
Subtract 1 billion milliseconds for each human you support: ____________
Subtract all credits: ____________
= Amount you owe: ____________
Attach E-Signature or Security Token Here and email to Robot Revenue Service by Julian Date 2457874.5
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