New Federal Income Tax Bracket Rates

New Federal Income Tax Bracket Rates

New Federal Income Tax Bracket Rates

New Federal Income Tax Bracket Rates

There are still 7 tax brackets, 5 have been lowered due to the Tax Reform Bill signed into office on December 22, 2017. Please check with the IRS or your CPA for exact income tax bracket dollar amounts as I have found the income dollar amounts to vary slightly between sources.

These new rates will apply to the 2018 tax year, the tax filing which is due by April 15, 2019.

Filing Status:  Single

Income Tax Bracket ($)

0-9,325

9,326-37,950

37,951-91,900

91,901-191,650

191,651-416,700

416,701-418,400

418,400 or more

Filing Status:  Single

Tax Rate

10% - same as 2017

12%-down from 15%

22%-down from 25%

24%-down from 28%

32%-down from 33%

35%-same as 2017

37%-down frmo 39.6%

Filing Status:  Married Filing Jointly

Income Tax Bracket ($)

0-18,650

18,651-75,900

75,901- 153,100

153,101-233,350

233,351-416,700

416,701-470,700

470,701-and more

Filing Status:  Married Filing Jointly

Tax Rate

10% same as 2017

12% down from 15%

22% down from 25%

24% down from 28%

32% down from 33%

35% same as 2017

37% down from 39.6%

Filing Status:  Married Filing Single

Income Tax Bracket ($)

0-9,325

9,326-37,950

37,951-76,550

76,551-116,675

116,676-208,350

208,351-235,350

235,351-and more

Filing Status:  Married Filing Single

Tax Rate

10% same as 2017

12 % down from 15%

22% down from 25%

24% down from 28%

32% down from 33%

35% same as 2017

37% down from 39.6%

Filing Status:  Head of Household

Income Tax Bracket ($)

0-13,350

13,351-50,800

50,801-131,200

131,201-212,500

212,501-416,700

416,701-444,550

444,551-and more

Filing Status:  Head of Household

Tax Rate

10% same as 2017

12% down from 15%

22$ down from 25%

24% down from 28%

32% down from 33%

35% same as 2017

37% down from 39.6%

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