2017 Tax Rates and Brackets

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) took effect on Jan. 1, 2018. The new tax plan brought lots of changes, including new tax rates and brackets. The TCJA kept seven income brackets but changed the income range in each bracket and the rate at which they are taxed. The numbers were adjusted again for tax year 2019. You can see the current rates and brackets here 

Below are the 2017 tax rates and brackets (before tax reform): 

Single Filers 

Tax Due (% of income): Taxable Income Between: 
10% $0 – $9,325 
15% $9,326 – $37,950 
25% $37,951 – $91,000 
28% $91,901 – $191,650 
33% $191,651 – $416,700 
35% $416,700 – $418,400  
39.6% $418,401 or more 

 

Married Filing Separately 

Tax Due (% of income) Taxable Income Between: 
10% $0 – $9,325 
15% $9,326 – $37,950 
25% $37,951 – $76,550 
28% $76,551 – $116,675 
33% $116,676 – $208,350 
35% $208,351 – $235,350 
39.6% $245,351 or more 

 

Married Filing Jointly (and Qualifying Widow/ers with Dependent) 

Tax Due (% of income) Taxable Income Between: 
10% $0 – $18,650 
15% $18,651 – $75,900  
25% $75,901 – $153,100 
28% $153,101 – $233,350 
33% $233,351 – $416,700 
35% $416,701 – $4470,700 
39.6% $470,701 or more 

 

Head of Household 

Tax Due (% of income) Taxable Income Between: 
10% $0 – $13,350 
15% $13,351 – $50,800 
25% $50,801 – $131,200 
28% $131,201 – $212,500 
33% $212,501 – $416,700 
35% $416,701 – $444,500 
39.6% $444,501 or more 

 

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