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Tax Rates 2001

Filing Status: Single
Taxable Income
Tax Rate
$0 to $27,050
will be taxed at
15.0%
$27,050 to $65,550
will be taxed at
27.5%
$65,550 to $136,750
will be taxed at
30.5%
$136,750 to $297,350
will be taxed at
35.5%
Everything over $297,350
will be taxed at
39.1%
Filing Status: Married Filing Jointly
Taxable Income
Tax Rate
$0 to $45,200
will be taxed at
15.0%
$45,200 to $109,250
will be taxed at
27.5%
$109,250 to $166,500
will be taxed at
30.5%
$166,500 to $297,350
will be taxed at
35.5%
Everything over $297,350
will be taxed at
39.1%
Filing Status: Head of Household
Taxable Income
Tax Rate
$0 to $36,250
will be taxed at
15.0%
$36,250 to $93,650
will be taxed at
27.5%
$93,650 to $151,650
will be taxed at
30.5%
$151,650 to $297,350
will be taxed at
35.5%
Everything over $297,350
will be taxed at
39.1%
Filing Status: Married Filing Separately
Taxable Income
Tax Rate
$0 to $22,600
will be taxed at
15.0%
$22,600 to $54,625
will be taxed at
27.5%
$54,625 to $83,250
will be taxed at
30.5%
$83,250 to $148,675
will be taxed at
35.5%
Everything over $148,675
will be taxed at
39.1%

-- Posted: Dec. 6, 2001

 

 
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