2018 Federal Income Tax Brackets
Well..........If you're not aware, our site is named/designed for "Tournament Brackets", but we figured a lot of folks are interested in what "tax bracket" they are in. Hence the reason we made the printable tax brackets chart below. The chart is broken down into each filing status(Single, Married Filing Jointly, Married Filing Separately, and Head of Household).
To use the charts, first find the correct filing status section, and then find the amount in the middle column that represents your Taxable Income. The corresponding amount in the left column will tell you your "Tax Bracket" and the right column will show you the calculation for the tax owed. One common misconception about tax brackets, is that if you're in a certain tax bracket that is the amount you owe on all taxable income, but as you view the table you will see that taxes are scaled so that the first "x" amount of dollars is taxed at 10%, the next "x" amount is taxed at 12% ect..
We recommend verifying all information via the IRS.Gov website.