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2018 Federal Income Tax Table
If taxable income is:
Married Filing Jointly:
OverBut Not OverThe Tax IsOf The
Amount Over
$0$19,050$0 + 10%
$0
$19,051
$77,400$1,905 + 12%$19,050
$77,401
$165,000
$8,907 + 22%$77,400
$165,001
$315,000$28,179 + 24%
$165,000
$315,001$400,000$64,179 + 32%$315,000
$400,001$600,000$91,379 + 35%$400,000
$600,001And Over$161,379 + 37%
$600,000

Single:
OverBut Not OverThe Tax IsOf The
Amount Over
$0$9,525
$0 + 10%
$0
$9,526$38,700
$952.50 + 12%$9,525
$38,701
$82,500

$4,453.50 + 22%
$38,700
$82,501
$157,500$14,089.50 + 24%
$82,500
$157,501$200,000$32,089.50 + 32%
$157,500
$200,001
$500,000$45,689.50 + 35%$200,000
$500,001And Over$150,689.50 + 37%

$500,000

Estates and Trusts:
OverBut Not OverThe Tax IsOf The
Amount Over
$0$2,550
$0 + 10%
$0
$2,551$9,150
$255 + 24%$2,550
$9,151$12,500

$1,839 + 35%$9,150
$12,501

And Over$3,011.50 + 37%$12,500

Corporations:
OverBut Not OverThe Tax IsOf The
Amount Over
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 permanently drops the corporate tax rate to 21%, beginning in 2018.

2014 - 2018 Long Term Capital Gains Tax
Rates on dividends and gains for assets held over 12 months
10% income tax bracket or below0%
15% income tax bracket or above0%
25% income tax bracket or above15%
28% income tax bracket or above15%
33% income tax bracket or above15%
35% income tax bracket or above15%
39.6% income tax bracket or above20%
2013 Capital Gains Tax
10% income tax bracket or below10%
15% income tax bracket or above10%
25% income tax bracket or above20%
28% income tax bracket or above20%
33% income tax bracket or above20%
35% income tax bracket or above20%
2008 - 2012 Capital Gains Tax
15% income tax bracket or below0%
25% income tax bracket or above15%
Capital Gains rate on collectibles28%
Standard DeductionsMarried Filing JointlyHead Of House-
hold
SingleAdditional (Age 65/older,
or blind):
Married
Unmarried and not surviving spouseAGI itemized deduction phase-out: Married Filing SeparatelyAll Others
2006$10,300$7,550$5,150$1,000$1,250$75,250$150,500
2007$10,700$7,850$5,350$1,050$1,300$78,200$156,400
2008$10,900$8,000$5,450$1,050$1,350$79,975$159,950
2009$11,400$8,350$5,700$1,100$1,400$83,400$166,800
2010$11,400$8,400$5,700$1,100$1,400RepealedRepealed
2011$11,600$8,500$5,800$1,150$1,450RepealedRepealed
2012$11,900$8,700$5,950$1,150$1,450RepealedRepealed
2013$12,200$8,950$6,100$1,500$1,200$150,000$300,000
2014$12,400$9,100$6,200$1,200$1,500$152,525$305,050
2015$12,600$9,250$6,300$1,250$1,550$154,950$309,900
2016$12,600$9,300$6,300$1,250$1,550$155,650$311,300
2017$12,700$9,350$6,350$1,250$1,550$156,900
$313,800
2018$24,000$18,000$12,000$1,300$1,600$266,700
$320,000

*The material represented hereon is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as tax or legal advice. The information presented here has been obtained from publicly available sources and is believed to be accurate and current. You may attain more comprehensive IRS tax tables at http://www.irs.gov. Always consult a qualified tax planning advisor.

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