2012 tax bracket rates

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Six income tax rates remain in place for the 2012 tax year. The income ranges for each filing status have been adjusted for inflation. These rates and tax brackets apply to the 2012 tax year, with tax returns due on April 15, 2013. For filing your 2011 taxes, please check Bankrate’s 2011 tax bracket rates table.

2012 tax rates
Tax rate
Single filers Married filing jointly or qualifying widow/widower Married filing separately Head of household
10% Up to $8,700 Up to $17,400 Up to $8,700 Up to $12,400
15% $8,701 – $35,350 $17,401 – $70,700 $8,701- $35,350 $12,401 – $47,350
25% $35,351 – $85,650 $70,701 – $142,700 $35,351 – $71,350 $47,351 – $122,300
28% $85,651 – $178,650 $142,701 – $217,450 $71,351 – $108,725 $122,301 – $198,050
33% $178,651 – $388,350 $217,451 – $388,350 $108,726 – $194,175 $198,051 – $388,350
35% $388,351 or more $388,351 or more $194,176 or more $388,351 or more