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What were some IRS federal tax brackets in 2013?

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Some of the 2013 IRS tax brackets included 10 percent of taxable income for individual taxpayers with income up to $8,925 and 10 percent for married taxpayers filing jointly up to $17,850, according to Forbes. For a head of household, the tax was 10 percent for income up to $12,750.

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For individuals making $8,926 to $36,250 in the 2013 tax year, the tax was $892.50 plus 15 percent of all income over $8,925, states Forbes. Individuals making $36,251 to $87,850 had to pay $4,991.25 plus 25 percent of all income over $36,250. For married taxpayers filing jointly making $17,851 to $72,500 of taxable income, the tax was $1,785 plus 15 percent of all income over $17,850. Married taxpayers filing jointly who made $72,501 to $146,400 in the tax year had to pay $9,982.50 plus 25 percent of income over $72,500.

Heads of household making $12,751 to $48,600 in the tax year were required to pay $1,275 plus 15 percent of income over $12,750, according to Forbes. Those making $48,601 to $125,450 paid $6652.50 plus 25 percent of income exceeding $48,600. The Child Tax Credit was $3,000, and the personal exemption was $3,900. Standard deduction rates were $12,200 for married taxpayers filing jointly, $6,100 for individual taxpayers and $8,950 for heads of household.

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