Income Tax Brackets for 2019 returns

posted Dec 1, 2012, 4:21 PM by Carolyn Savage   [ updated Jan 2, 2020, 2:02 PM ]

Singles--up to $9,875 in income, your tax rate is 0.  If your income is between $9,875 - $40,125, your tax is $987.50 plus 12 percent over the amount of $9,875.  If your income is between $40,125 -  $85,525, your tax is $4,617.50 plus 22 percent over $40,125.  If your income is between $85,525 - $163,000 then your tax is $14,605.50 plus 24 percent of the amount over $85,525.  For higher income thresholds, visit irs.gov websites.


Marrieds: up to $19,750- no tax.  If your income is between $19750-$80,250, your tax is $1,975 plus 12 percent over $19,750.  If your income is between $80,250 -$171,050, your tax is $9,235 plus 22 percent over $80,250.  If your income is $171,050 - $326,600, your tax is $29,211 plus 24 percent over $171,050.  For higher income thresholds, visit irs.gov websites.

Head of Households:  Up to $14,100- no tax.  If your income is between $14,100 - $53,700, your tax is $1,410 plus 12 percent over $14,100.  If your income is between $53,700 and $85,500, your tax is $6,162 plus 22 percent over $53,700.  If your income is between $85,500- $163,300, your tax is $13,158 plus 24 percent of the amount over $85,500.  For higher income thresholds, visit irs.gov websites.
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