What were the tax rates for 2013?


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Tax rates for 2013 varied depending on what bracket someone's income fell into, but ranged between 10 percent and 39.6 percent, as stated by efile.com, the official IRS e-file provider. The amount of taxes that someone pays also depends on what status he files under, such as single or head of household.

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A single person who made between $1 and $8,925 would be charged 10 percent in taxes. If someone made more than $8,925 dollars, then the taxpayer's income from $8,926 up to $36,250 would be taxed at 15 percent, as stated by Bankrate. This change of tax charges continues up until the taxpayer reaches the total of their income.

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