Tax Rates

Please note: Tax rates are for the 2022 tax year and will be updated to the 2023 rates after the 2023 tax filing deadline.

Married Filing Jointly

RateMinimumMaximum
10%$0$20,550
12%$20,551$83,550
22%$83,551$178,150
24%$178,151$340,100
32%$340,101$431,900
35%$431,901$647,850
37%$647,851N/A

Married Filing Separately

RateMinimumMaximum
10%$0$10,275
12%$10,276$41,775
22%$41,776$89,075
24%$89,076$170,050
32%$170,051$215,950
35%$215,951$323,925
37%$323,926N/A

Single

RateMinimumMaximum
10%$0$10,275
12%$10,276$41,775
22%$41,776$89,075
24%$89,076$170,050
32%$170,051$215,950
35%$215,951$539,900
37%$539,901N/A

Head of Household

RateMinimumMaximum
10%$0$14,650
12%$14,651$55,900
22%$55,901$89,050
24%$89,051$170,050
32%$170,051$215,950
35%$215,951$539,900
37%$539,901N/A

Source: IRS.gov, April 2022.

This content is developed from sources believed to be providing accurate information.

This table is for informational purposes only and is not a replacement for real-life advice. Make sure to consult your tax, legal, and accounting professionals before modifying your tax strategy.

 

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