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# What are the federal tax rates for 2018?

Below are the federal tax rate formulas for 2018 personal (individual) taxes. Please note that these formulas apply to 2018 taxable (not gross) income and don't take into consideration tax credits, such as the EITC or the Child Tax Credit.

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Keep in mind: Although 5 of the 7 marginal tax rates have been lowered this year, that may not necessarily translate into a bigger refund, especially if you didn't update your W-4 to account for the lower rates. Instead, you may have gotten bigger paychecks in 2018 or a lower balance due on your 2018 tax return.

### Single and Married Filing Separately

 2018 taxable income Tax formula Sample calculations \$0–\$9,525 Taxable income × .10 \$5,000 income = \$500 tax \$9,526–\$38,700 [.12 × (taxable income – \$9,525)] + \$952.50 \$25,000 = \$2,809.50 \$38,701–\$82,500 [.22 × (taxable income – \$38,700)] + \$4,453.50 \$50,000 = \$6,939.50 \$82,501–\$157,500 [.24 × (taxable income – \$82,500)] + \$14,089.50 \$100,000 = \$18,289.50 \$157,501–\$200,000 [.32 × (taxable income – \$157,500)] + \$32,089.50 \$200,000 = \$45,689.50 \$200,001–\$500,000 (Single) [.35 × (taxable income – \$200,000)] + \$45,689.50 \$400,000 = \$115,689.50 Over \$500,000 (Single) [.37 × (taxable income – \$500,000)] + \$150,689.50 \$800,000 = \$261,689.50 \$200,001–\$300,000 (MFS) [.35 × (taxable income – \$200,000)] + \$45,689.50 \$250,000 = \$63,189.50 Over \$300,000 (MFS) [.37 × (taxable income – \$300,000)] + \$80,689.50 \$500,000 = \$154,689.50