The IRS federal income tax tables show tax brackets and rates for taxpayers in the United States. Tax tables change year by year to reflect changing tax legislation and inflation rates. More »

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The federal capital-gains tax table ties the capital-gains tax to an individual's annual income, according to Charles Schwab. Low-income earners pay no capital-gains taxes and high-income earners pay up to 20 percent, as... More »

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Federal tax withholding tables are available as part of Publication 15 on the Internal Revenue Service's website. The tables are broken down based on four different payroll frequencies: weekly, biweekly, semimonthly and ... More »

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Federal income tax brackets show a table where a specific level of income is matched with a corresponding tax percentage depending on the taxpayer’s filing status, according to Investopedia. A federal income tax percenta... More »

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The 2014 income tax tables published by the Internal Revenue Service show tax liability by taxable income and filing status, according to IRS Publication 17. For taxable incomes in excess of $100,000, the IRS includes in... More »

To read a federal income tax table, determine your filing status, calculate taxable income, determine your income bracket and identify the tax amount, notes Intuit TurboTax. Federal income tax tables change each year and... More »

Taxpayers in the 10 and 15 percent income tax brackets pay zero tax on net long-term capital gains, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Those in the 25 to 35 percent brackets pay up to 15 percent, and taxpayers in... More »

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