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What is my tax bracket?

Generally, a tax bracket is the income tax rate at which you are taxed for a certain range of income. The income ranges vary, depending on your filing status: single, married filing jointly (or qualifying widow(er)), married filing separately, or head of household. Brackets are expressed by their marginal tax rate, which refers to the rate at which your next dollar of income will be taxed. There are seven marginal tax rates in 2019: 10 percent, 12 percent, 22 percent, 24 percent, 32 percent, 35 percent, and 37 percent.

Year 2019 federal income tax rates for single taxpayers are as follows:

If Taxable Income Is:

Your Tax Is:

Not over $9,700

10% of taxable income

Over $9,700, but not over $39,475

$970

+ 12% of excess over $9,700

Over $39,475, but not over $84,200

$4,543

+ 22% of excess over $39,475

Over $84,200, but not over $160,725

$14,382.50

+ 24% of excess over $84,200

Over $160,725, but not over $204,100

$32,748.50

+ 32% of excess over $160,725

Over $204,100 but not over $510,300

$46,628.50 + 35% of excess over $204,100

Over $510,300 $153,798.50 + 37% of excess over $510,300


Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc, Copyright 2011