Federal Income Tax Brackets
Statistic Verification
Source: Internal Revenue Service
Research Date: 11.7.2012
If you’ve ever had to pay taxes chances are you didn’t enjoy it. Unfortunately it’s the cost of doing business in the United States and the IRS takes it very seriously. So do yourself a favor and fork over that hard earned cash and fill up on a healthy dose of government programs and services, it might make you feel a little better.
The following are the IRS rate schedules for 2011
Schedule X – Single
If taxable income is over– But not over– The tax is: of the amount over–
$0 $8,500 10% $0
$8,500 $34,500 $850.00 + 15% $8,500
$34,500 $83,600 $4,750.00 + 25% $34,500
$83,600 $174,400 $17,025.00 + 28% $83,600
$174,400 $379,000 $42,449.00 + 33% $174,400
$379,150 $110,016.50 + 35% $379,150
Schedule Y-1 — Married filing Jointly or Qualifying Widow(er)
If taxable income is over– But not over– The tax is: of the amount over–
$0 $17,000 10% $0
$17,000 $69,000 $1,700.00 + 15% $17,000
$69,000 $139,350 $9,500.00 + 25% $69,000
$139,350 $212,300 $27,087.50 + 28% $139,350
$212,300 $379,150 $47,513.50 + 33% $212,300
$379,150 $102,574.00 + 35% $379,150
Schedule Y-2 — Married Filing Separately
If taxable income is over– But not over– The tax is: of the amount over–
$0 $8,500 10% $0
$8,500 $34,500 $850.00 + 15% $8,500
$34,500 $69,675 $4,750.00 + 25% $34,500
$69,675 $106,150 $13,543.75 + 28% $69,675
$106,150 $189,575 $23,756.75 + 33% $106,150
$189,575 $51,287.00 + 35% $189,575
Schedule Z — Head of Household
If taxable income is over– But not over– The tax is: of the amount over–
$0 $12,150 10% $0
$12,150 $46,250 $1,215.00 + 15% $12,150
$46,250 $119,400 $6,330.00 + 25% $46,250
$119,400 $193,350 $24,617.50 + 28% $119,400
$193,350 $379,150 $45,323.50 + 33% $193,350
$379,150 $106,637.50 + 35% $379,150

Note: These tables shown above are accurate for 2011 only and do not apply for any other year.

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