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Tax Rates

Find your federal marginal income tax rate, (for the 2018 tax year).

Married Filing Jointly

OverNot OverRate
$0$19,05010%
$19,051$77,40012%
$77,401$165,00022%
$165,001$315,00024%
$315,001$400,00032%
$400,000$600,00035%
$600,00137%

Married Filing Separately

OverNot OverRate
$0$9,52510%
$9,526$38,70012%
$38,701$82,50022%
$82,501$157,50024%
$157,501$200,00032%
$200,001$300,00035%
$300,00137%

Single

OverNot OverRate
$0$9,52510%
$9,526$38,70012%
$38,701$82,50022%
$82,501$157,50024%
$157,501$200,00032%
$200,001$500,00035%
$500,00137%

Head of Household

OverNot OverRate
$0$13,60010%
$13,601$51,80012%
$51,801$82,50022%
$82,501$157,50024%
$157,501$200,00032%
$200,001$500,00035%
$500,00137%

This content is developed from sources believed to be providing accurate information. The information in this material is not intended as tax or legal advice. It may not be used for the purpose of avoiding any federal tax penalties. Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation.

 

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