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a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income

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Once you know your taxable income, marginal bracket, and have estimated future tax brackets, you can use your knowledge of qualified retirement accounts to control your future tax brackets.
Thus, the condensed income tax brackets for estates and trusts will result in many entities' being subject to the highest tax brackets and the surtax.
2013 Tax Rates A comparison of 2013 tax brackets for single taxpayers and estates and trusts.
For taxpayers with taxable income over the start of the top 35-percent bracket, the maximum dollar savings from indexing the tax brackets for 2013 will be more dramatic, but only if the upper brackets do not revert to pre-2001 rates of 36 percent and 39.
The three most important factors to consider under the quantitative approach are: (i) the portion of the account that consists of after-tax contributions; (ii) the client's adjusted marginal income tax bracket at conversion and the projected marginal tax bracket when distributions are ultimately taken; and (iii) whether the tax is paid from the IRA itself or from outside sources.
Income tax brackets next year will be raised, as accumulated increase of consumer price index (CPI) may top 3% since the last increase of the brackets in 2008, according to the revision of Income Tax Law passed by the Legislative Yuan in April this year.
The only half-billion-dollar alternative to the new tax brackets would be a smaller but broader income tax increase affecting more taxpayers.
But despite their resentment about the rising tax burden, 56 per cent of people did not know what income tax bracket they were in, while nearly half of people were not taking steps to reduce the amount of tax they paid.
This prevented shifting income to a child's return to take advantage of lower tax brackets.
Because she is in the 15% tax bracket, she would only pay 5% capital gains tax on the proceeds and can qualify for Lifetime Learning Credit (a tax credit of up to $2,000 per family toward post-secondary expenses), says Fulbright.
The second way of negating bracket-creep involves regular re-adjustments of the income tax brackets in order to overcome the effects of inflation.
Homebuyers in lower tax brackets who invest conservatively won't fare as well under the 30-year mortgage scenario.
It did the same thing for individual investors by increasing the new highest tax brackets to 39.
The Franchise Tax Board (FTB) today announced state tax brackets set for the 2007 tax year may reduce the amount some California taxpayers will pay in personal income taxes next year.
For tax year 2012, personal exemptions and standard deductions will rise and tax brackets will widen due to inflation, the IRS announced.