2016 Tax Brackets

The table below shows how the tax rates have changed for the 2016 tax year. Single filers have seen an increase of the tax free allowance from $9,225 in 2015 to $9,275 in 2016. The top tax rate has also increased by just over $9,000 from $439,001 in 2015 to over $441,000 in 2016.

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Tax rate Single filers Married filing
jointly or qualifying
widow/widower
Married filing
separately
Head of
household
10% Up to $9,275 Up to $18,550 Up to $9,275 Up to $13,250
15% $9,276 – $37,650 $18,551 – $75,300 $9,276 – $37,650 $13,251 – $50,400
25% $37,651 – $91,150 $75,301 – $151,900 $37,651 – $75,300 $50,401 – $130,150
28% $85,651 – $178,650 $142,701 – $217,450 $71,351 – $108,725 $122,301 – $198,050
33% $190,151 – $413,350 $231,451 – $413,350 $115,726 – $206,675 $210,801 – $413,350
35% $413,351 to $415,050 $413,351 to $466,950 $206,676 to $233,475 $413,351 to $441,000
39.6% $415,051 or more $466,951 or more $233,476 or more $441,000 or more