UPDATED: 2013 Federal Income Tax Rates

Federal income tax rates and tax brackets come out every year by the IRS. You can use these tax rates to estimate your tax liability on your own, or you can use the salary calculator on our home page to get a faster estimate. Also, completing a 1040 form is another way to get a very accurate estimate.

To be able to first start your estimate, you need to know your taxable income. You can find this by taking your income minus your tax deductions. Once you visit that page and find your tax deductions, you should know which table use. Single, Married – Filing Jointly, Married – Filing Separate, or Head Of Household.

These are the federal income tax band tables for 2013 that we use for the salary calculator.


Single

Tax Rate Income
10% Bracket $0 – $8,925
15% Bracket $8,925 – $36,250
25% Bracket $36,250 – $87,850
28% Bracket $87,850 – $183,250
33% Bracket $183,250 – $398,350
35% Bracket $398,350 – $400,000
39.6% Bracket $400,000+

Married – Joint Filing

Tax Rate Income
10% Bracket $0 – $17,000
15% Bracket $17,000 – $69,000
25% Bracket $69,000 – $139,350
28% Bracket $139,350 – $212,300
33% Bracket $212,300 – $379,150
35% Bracket $379,150+

Married – Filing Separate

Tax Rate Income
10% Bracket $0 – $8,500
15% Bracket $8,500 – $34,500
25% Bracket $34,500 – $69,675
28% Bracket $69,675 – $106,150
33% Bracket $106,150 – $189,575
35% Bracket $189,575+

Head Of Household

Tax Rate Income
10% Bracket $0 – $12,150
15% Bracket $11,950 – $46,250
25% Bracket $46,250 – $119,400
28% Bracket $119,400 – $193,350
33% Bracket $193,350 – $379,150
35% Bracket $379,150+

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