2011 Tax Brackets

2011 did not see much of an increase for both single filers and married couples for their federal tax rates, with the tax free allowance being increased by only 1.5% to $8,500 and $17,000 respectively. The maximum tax rate increased by $5,500 for both single filers and married couples. If you have any questions about the rates posted on this page, including any corrections or alterations, please contact us using the comments below.

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Tax rate Single filers Married filing
jointly or qualifying
widow/widower
Married filing
separately
Head of
household
10% Up to $8,500 Up to $17,000 Up to $8,500 Up to $12,150
15% $8,501 – $34,500 $17,000 – $69,000 $8,501 – $34,500 $12,151 – $46,250
25% $34,501 – $83,600 $69,001 – $139,350 $34,501 – $69,675 $46,251 – $119,400
28% $83,601 – $174,400 $139,351 – $212,300 $69,676 – $106,150 $119,401 – $193,350
33% $174,401 – $379,150 $212,301 – $379,150 $106,151 – $189,575 $193,351 – $379,150
35% $379,151 or more $379,151 or more $189,576 or more $379,151 or more