Should a time traveller pay taxes for the income he brings from the future?
- StarryskyLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
No. Money brought back from the future will not be valid. It will be obviously counterfeit. The depiction of Donald tRump on the $3 bill, or a William Barr rusty steel nickel, and Rudi Giuliani on shiny new 2 cent pieces will be recognized as phony and confiscated.
The time traveler will have a tough time avoiding jail time with those objects in his possession.
- 1 month ago
Yes, everything is taxed. In fact, it would be taxed both now and also in the future.
- Ronald 7Lv 71 month ago
It wouldn't stand up in courtSource(s): Jodie Whittaker aka the Latest Dr Who
- CliveLv 71 month ago
The joke section is thataway ,dear.
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- AlexanderLv 71 month ago
In what form is his future income? Any hard currency that is dated in the future would be rejected as counterfeit.
- ANDRE LLv 71 month ago
This ISN'T the Taxes section. Nor is it Polls. And, time travel ISN'T anything to do with actual Science.
- ไม่เป็นไรLv 71 month ago
Yes, he should be required to pay taxes. He needs to pay the tax in the year it was earned. So we may have to wait until then. The tax rate may go up or down by then.
- CarolOklaNolaLv 71 month ago
Time goes in only ONE direction, forwards, because of entropy. How do I cash all those H savings bonds that my bank lost when they replaced the entire vault. After Katrina flooded the bank branch to to 4.5 feet.
The treasury department has to reissue the bonds and the need proof my father really is dead. He died almost exactly 24 years ago.
- Anonymous1 month ago
No, he should just be arresting for producing counterfeit currency.
Currency that does not exist yet cannot legally be used.
- NyxLv 71 month ago
Certainly, and an entropy tax as well.