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IRS: How do I know my tax bracket?

Revised tax brackets for 2022 were released by the IRS in November.

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They were revised to account for inflation.


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Which bracket am I in?

Your annual gross income can be found on your W-2, which can help you identify your tax bracket. Read more about it here.

For your 2021 taxes, the tax brackets and rates are as follows:

  • Thirty-seven percent: single taxpayers with incomes greater than $523,600 ($628,300 for married couples filing jointly)
  • Thirty-five percent: incomes over $209,426 ($418,851 for married couples filing jointly)
  • Thirty-two percent: incomes over $164,926 to $209,425 ($329,851 for married couples filing jointly)
  • Twenty-four percent: incomes over $86,376 ($172,751 for married couples filing jointly)
  • Twenty-two percent: incomes over $40,526 ($81,051 for married couples filing jointly)
  • Twelve percent: incomes over $9,951 ($19,901 for married couples filing jointly)
  • Ten percent: incomes of $9,950 or less ($19,900 for married couples filing jointly)

53 million workers paid 12% of income to the IRS in 2019. This represents the largest tax bracket.

In 2020, over 240 million returns were processed. Around $3.5 trillion was collected in federal income taxes.


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