how much can you make before you are put into a different tax bracket?
If i made 45,000 to 50,000 what tax bracket would I fall under?
If you are single you would fall under the 25% marginal tax rate.
Bracket: $34,001 – $82,400
If you are married and file jointly you would fall under the 25% marginal tax rate.
Bracket: $16,751 – $68,000
If you are married but file separately you would fall under the 15% rate.
Bracket: $34,001 – $68,650
If you are the head of a household(not married but have a child that lives with you) you wold fall under the 15% rate.
Bracket: $11,951 – $45,550
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