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Tax Brackets for 2022

In 2022, tax brackets will remain the same as they were for 2021. However, inflation adjustments will be applied to your return, so check with your tax preparer for more information. You may want to consider checking with your state to see if there are any differences between the federal and state tax brackets. The same is true for filing a joint tax return. The tax rates will differ slightly for single filers and joint filers.
Tax brackets

By understanding the differences between tax brackets for 2021 and 2022, you can better prepare yourself for the coming year. The tax rates for 2021 and 2022 will remain the same, but the tax brackets will have changed slightly, as will the standard deductions. In addition, the tax rates for 2022 will be adjusted for inflation, so you might end up in a different tax bracket than in the current year. Nonetheless, this will not affect the amount of money you will pay in taxes if you file in the 2022 tax year.
Income tax withholding tables

The IRS has just released updated income tax withholding tables for 2022, which employers can use to calculate federal income taxes withheld from their employees’ wages. The tables also show the employment tax rates, which are subject to changes each year and will impact how much money is withheld from an employee’s paycheck. Employers must keep up with these changes to ensure that they’re getting the correct amount of tax withheld from employee’s paychecks.
Marginal tax rate

The next tax year begins in January, which is a good time to assess your financial situation. If you’re married, it’s time to look at your marginal tax rate in 2022. If your spouse earns more than you do, you may be able to take advantage of a special loan rate, prescribed for the first quarter of 2022. However, there are some steps you should take in January to minimize your tax bill.
Single filers

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced the new tax brackets for 2022. These brackets differ by taxable income and taxpayer status. The changes from the prior year reflect inflation, which may push you into a higher tax bracket each year. To plan ahead, use the new 2022 tax brackets as a guide. If you think you’re in a lower tax bracket now, consider filing separately next year.
Married filers

IRS announced the tax brackets for 2022. The seven tax brackets remain the same, but the cutoff amounts have been increased to reflect inflation. The amounts you pay depend on your filing status and income. Here are some tips for calculating your tax liability in 2022. This is good news for married couples who are on the edge of filing jointly but are not quite ready to change their status. The IRS released the new brackets for tax year 2022 in late January.
Earned income credit

The maximum and minimum amounts of earned income to qualify for the earned-income credit are outlined in the IRS tables for line 1 and line 2 on the 1040. Depending on the amount of earnings and the number of qualifying children in a family, this credit can be worth as much as $1,350 per month for an individual or $2,260 per month for a married couple. To qualify for the credit, you must have earned income and a valid Social Security number.