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Is your federal tax bracket your average tax rate?

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2010-06-04 11:50:37
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No the federal tax brackets would NOT be your average income tax rate on your income.

Each separate federal tax bracket amount is your marginal tax rate for that amount of your taxable income that is in that bracket amount.

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What ever your marginal rate will after you have completed you income tax return correctly. Could be any where from the -0- % to the maximum 35% tax bracket amount.


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Whatever tax bracket your salary fits into.


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For the tax year 2010 at this time July 22 2010 8:25 pm the federal income tax rate from the 1040 federal income tax return THE TAXABLE INCOME from page 2 line 43 starts at 10% and goes to the maximum tax bracket amount of 35 %.Go to the IRS gov website and use the search box for 1040ES go to page 8The 2009 federal tax rate schedules can be found in the 2009 Form 1040ES instructions, in the Related Link below.


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The maximum tax bracket or schedule amount would be at 35%. Go to the IRS.gov web site and use the search box for 2009 federal tax rate schedules go to page 13 Click on the below Related Link


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For 2011, the federal estate tax exemption will be $5 million and the estate tax rate for estates valued over this amount will be 35%. The estate tax has also become unified with federal gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes such that in 2011 the lifetime gift tax exemption and generation-skipping transfer tax exemption will be $5 million each and the tax rate for both of these taxes will also be 35%. There is NO federal level inheritance tax.


Zero -0- Then 10% would be the next one for the 2009 tax year. Go the IRS.gov website and use the search box for 2009 1040ES go to page 6 for the TAX RATE SCHEDULES for each different filing STATUS and the amounts for each MARGINAL TAX RATE bracket.


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You do NOT have a average US tax bracket as each taxpayer can have a different filing status on each 1040 federal income tax return that they are required to file reporting all of their gross worldwide income from all sources on the 1040 income tax return. After your 1040 federal income tax return is completely correctly to the line 43 page 2 of your 1040 income tax return TAXABLE INCOME amount. You will have 6 different percentage of marginal tax rates from 10%, 15%, 25%, 28%, 33% and the maximum 35% for the the tax year 2010 at this time July 31 2010. You can find the income amount that the rates would apply to for your filing status by going to the IRS gov website and using the search box for 1040ES and then go to page 8 for the 2010 Tax Rate Schedules


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