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Federal tax rates range from 10 percent to 39.6 percent for the 2015 tax year, depending on one's tax bracket, notes efile.com. The corresponding tax brackets depend on one's marital status: single, married filing separa... More »

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The most authoritative source for the federal income tax rate tables is on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) website, which also includes information on computing taxes and filing tax returns. As of March 2015, the Bank... More »

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Federal income tax brackets show the percentage of tax to be paid based on taxable income. The Internal Revenue Service has seven tax brackets as of 2015, according to its website. More »

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Federal tax brackets for 2015 range from 10 percent of taxable income for individual taxpayers making $9,225 or less to 39.6 percent of taxable income over $413,200 for individual taxpayers in addition to $119,996.25 for... More »

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For the 2014 tax year, federal personal income tax brackets range from 10 percent to 39.6 percent depending on taxable income and filing status, according to Kelly Phillips Erb for Forbes. The United States uses marginal... More »

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Income tax brackets for the 2014 tax year can be found on several different online tax preparation websites including efile.com. Income tax brackets for the year can also be found on the IRS official website in PDF form. More »

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In order to calculate which IRS tax bracket you are under, you will need to know the filing status of your return and how much of your income is taxable, notes efile.com. The various tax bracket information can be found ... More »

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