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2013 Tax Brackets for Married Couples Filing Jointly

(Schedule Y-1)

These tax tables are designed for married individuals filing their 2013 income tax return, and represent significant changes from Tax Year 2012.

These tables were effective January 1, 2013, and could also be used for qualifying widows and widowers. These rates do not take into account any credits, such as the standard deduction, mortgage deductions, etc.

 

 

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If Taxpayer's Income Is... Then Estimated Taxes Are...

Between

But Not Over

Base Tax

+ Rate

Of the Amount Over

$0
$17,850
$0
10%
$0
$17,850
$72,500
$1,785.00
15%
$17,850
$72,500
$146,400
$9,982.50
25%
$72,500
$146,400
$223,050
$28,457.50
28%
$146,400
$223,050
$398,350
$49,919.50
33%
$223,050
$398,350
$450,000
$107,768.50
35%
$398,350
$450,000
- - - - -
$125,846.00
39.6%
$450,000

 

 

Example #1

Kyle and Kendra Kerry, two married taxpayers, have 2013 TAXABLE INCOME of $180,000. The Mitchell's income would fall between:

Between

But Not Over

Base Tax

+ Rate

Of the Amount Over

$146,400
$223,050
$28,457.50
28%
$146,400


 

 

 

The Kerry's Estimated Taxes for 2013

  = Base Tax + (Rate x Amount Over)
  = $28,457.50 + [.28 x ($180,000 - $146,400)]
  = $28,457.50 + (.28 x $33,600)
  = $28,457.50 + $9,408.00
  = $37,865.50

Assuming Kyle and Kendra made the same amount from the previous year, their 2013 tax bill dropped by $313.50, using the 2012 income tax brackets for joint married taxpayers.

 

 

 

 

 
 
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