With the push of automation, “we are about to move from Personal income tax to IRRF (the Tax on the Income of Robots Physical) ”, exposes Pablo Foncillas, the anti guru. Because there is a debate that poses to define what to do if a robot makes it destroy positions job. Should you pay the taxes that are not collected for the worker’s position?
“Maybe we should implement it until we have a better one,” says the expert in this regard. Above all, because there are many things to consider. “The line that separates a robot that eliminates jobs and another that facilitates or enriches, it is very thin, ”he says. In addition, it is possible that an idle population is created that is not interested in to work.