Married Filing Jointly 2018

Generally, Married Filing Jointly is filed by married couple taxpayers in USA. If taxpayers, who are filing under Married Filing Jointly status, can show their income, exemptions and deduction on the same tax return. If couples, one of your spouse has income then taxpayers can file the Married Filing Jointly. However, if both spouses are working and both taxpayers are high income and deduction are large and unequal. Then taxpayers can file married filing separately. It may advantage to the taxpayers.

Married Filing Separately filing Tax Brackets 2018

2018 Married Filing Jointly Tax brackets:

2018 Married Filing Jointly Tax brackets:

INCOME

TAX

Up to $19050

10% on Taxable Income

$19050 up to $77,400

$1,905+12% additional tax over the income of $19,050

$77,400 up to 165,000

$8,907+22% of additional tax over the income of $77,400

$165,000 up to $315,000

$28,179+24% of additional tax over the income of $165,000

$315,000 up to $400,000

$64,179+32% of additional tax over the income of 315,000

$400,000 up to $600,000

$91,379 + 35% of additional tax over the income of $400,000

$600,000 and over

$161,379 + 37% of additional tax over the income of $600,000

INCOME

TAX

Up to $19050

10% on Taxable Income

$19050 up to $77,400

$1,905+12% additional tax over the income of $19,050

$77,400 up to 165,000

$8,907+22% of additional tax over the income of $77,400

$165,000 up to $315,000

$28,179+24% of additional tax over the income of $165,000

$315,000 up to $400,000

$64,179+32% of additional tax over the income of 315,000

$400,000 up to $600,000

$91,379 + 35% of additional tax over the income of $400,000

$600,000 and over

$161,379 + 37% of additional tax over the income of $600,000