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2019 Federal Tax Rates, Personal Exemptions, & Standard Deductions

IRS Tax Brackets & Deduction Amounts for Tax Year 2019

This article gives you the tax rates and related numbers that you will need to prepare your 2019 income tax return. In general, 2019 personal income tax returns are due by Monday, April 15, 2020.

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The federal tax brackets are broken down into seven taxable incomes and filing status. The percentages are: 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35% and 37%.

It is good to remember that moving up into a higher tax bracket does not mean that all of your income will be taxes at the higher rate. In actuality only the money that is earned within a particular bracket is subject to the corresponding rate. Please see the table below.

2019 Federal Income Tax Brackets

Single

Taxable Income Tax Rate
10% $0 to $9,700
12% $9,701 to $39,475
22% $39,476 to $84,200
24% $84,201 to $160,725
32% $160,726 to $204,100
35% $204,101 to $510,300
37% $510,301 or more

Married Filing Jointly

Taxable Income Tax Rate
10% $0 to $19,400
12% $19,401 to $78,950
22% $78,951 to $168,400
24% $168,401 to $321,450
32% $321,451 to $408,200
35% $408,201 to $612,350
37% $612,351 or more

Married Filing Separately

Taxable Income Tax Rate
10% $0 to $9,700
12% $9,701 to $39,475
22% $39,476 to $84,200
24% $84,201 to $160,725
32% $160,726 to $204,100
35% $204,101 to $306,175
37% $306,176 or more

Head of Household

Taxable Income Tax Rate
10% $0 to $13,850
12% $13,851 to $52,850
22% $52,851 to $84,200
24% $84,201 to $160,700
32% $160,701 to $204,100
35% $204,101 to $510,300
37% $510,301 or more

2019 Federal Tax Deductions

There are two main types of tax deductions for 2019 and they are categorized as standard deductions and itemized deductions. The IRS allows you to claim one type of deduction, but you cannot claim both. The deductions are subtracted from your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) and means they lower your taxable income.

Filing Status Standard Deduction
Single $12,200
Married Filing Jointly or Qualifying Widow(er) $24,400
Married Filing Separately $12,200
Head of Household $18,350

There is an additional deduction for people over the age of 65 and for those who are blind.

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