2010 Income Tax Brackets

October 7th, 2009  |  Published in Retirement  |  1 Comment

Every year in mid-September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases inflation data for the last year and tax mavens get to calculating how much all the various tax numbers will move. It turns out inflation was a mere 0.19%, meaning most of the figures won’t change at all.

For referential purposes, the 2010 IRS Tax Brackets will remain unchanged:

2010 IRS Tax Brackets

Here are the projected federal income tax brackets for 2010:

Tax BracketSingleMarried Filing Jointly
10% Bracket$0 – $8,375$0 – $16,750
15% Bracket$8,375 – $34,000$16,750 – $68,000
25% Bracket$34,000 – $82,400$68,000 – $137,300
28% Bracket$82,400 – $171,850$137,300 – $209,250
33% Bracket$171,850 – $373,650$209,250 – $373,650
35% Bracket$373,650+$373,650+

This also means that every other number pegged to inflation will probably remain unchanged, such as the COLA for Social Security, as reported earlier.

  

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