# Federal Tax Rates

According to one survey, 45% of Americans say they pay too much in income taxes.Source: Gallup, 2018.

These figures are for the 2019 tax year. Find your tax rate below.

# Federal Tax Rates

According to one survey, 45% of Americans say they pay too much in income taxes.Source: Gallup, 2018.

These figures are for the 2019 tax year. Find your tax rate below.

## Schedule X – Single

If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is:
\$0 \$9,700 10% of taxable income
\$9,700 \$39,475 \$970 plus 12% of the amount over \$9,700
\$39,475 \$84,200 \$4,543 plus 22% of the amount over \$39,475
\$84,200 \$160,725 \$14,382.50 plus 24% of the amount over \$84,200
\$160,725 \$204,100 \$32,748.50 plus 32% of the amount over \$160,725
\$204,100 \$510,300 \$45,689.50 plus 35% of the amount over \$204,100
\$510,300 no limit \$153,789.50 plus 37% of the amount over \$510,300

## Schedule Y-1 – Married Filing Jointly or Qualifying Widow(er)

If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is:
\$0 \$19,400 10% of taxable income
\$19,400 \$78,950 \$1,940.00 plus 12% of the amount over \$19,400
\$78,950 \$168,400 \$9,086.00 plus 22% of the amount over \$78,950
\$168,400 \$321,450 \$28,765.00 plus 24% of the amount over \$168,400
\$321,450 \$408,200 \$65,497.00 plus 32% of the amount over \$321,450
\$408,200 \$612,350 \$93,257.00 plus 35% of the amount over \$408,200
\$612,350 no limit \$164,709.50 plus 37% of the amount over \$612,350

## Schedule Y-2 – Married Filing Separately

If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is:
\$0 \$9,700 10% of taxable income
\$9,700 \$39,475 \$970 plus 12% of the amount over \$9,700
\$39,475 \$84,200 \$4,543 plus 22% of the amount over \$39,475
\$84,200 \$160,725 \$14,382.50 plus 24% of the amount over \$84,200
\$160,725 \$204,100 \$32,748.50 plus 32% of the amount over \$160,725
\$204,100 \$306,175 \$45,628.50 plus 35% of the amount over \$204,100
\$306,175 no limit \$82,354.75 plus 37% of the amount over \$306,175

## Schedule Z – Head of Household

If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is:
\$0 \$13,850 10% of taxable income
\$13,850 \$52,850 \$1,385.00 plus 12% of the amount over \$13,850
\$52,850 \$84,200 \$6,065.00 plus 22% of the amount over \$52,850
\$84,200 \$160,700 \$12,962.00 plus 24% of the amount over \$84,200
\$160,700 \$204,100 \$31,322.00 plus 32% of the amount over \$160,700
\$204,100 \$510,300 \$45,210.00 plus 35% of the amount over \$204,100
\$510,300 no limit \$152,380.00 plus 37% of the amount over \$510,300

Source: Internal Revenue Service, 2018