What are the income tax brackets for 2015?

Table 1. 2015 Taxable Income Brackets and Rates Rate Single Filers Married Joint Filers Head of Household Filers 10% $0 to $9,225 $0 to $18,450 $0 to $13,150 15% $9,225 to $37,450 $18,450 to $74,900 $13,150 to $50,200 25% $37,450 to $90,750 $74,900 to $151,200 $50,200 to $129,600

What was the top income tax rate for 2015?

In 2015, the income limits for all brackets and all filers will be adjusted for inflation and will be as seen in Table 1. The top marginal income tax rate of 39.6 percent will hit taxpayers with taxable income of $413,200 and higher for single filers.

Where do I get my federal tax form for 2015?

Complete the 2015 IRS Tax Return Forms online here on eFile.com. Download, print, sign and mail in the Forms to the IRS to the address listed on the 1040 Form. Select your state(s) and complete the forms online, then download, print and mail them to the state(s). The mailing address is on the main state home page.

Can you still file a tax return for 2015?

You can still file 2015 tax returns. Even though the deadline has passed, you can file your 2015 taxes online in a few simple steps. Our online income tax software uses the 2015 IRS tax code, calculations, and forms.

What was the income tax credit for 2015?

Earned Income Tax Credit. 2015’s maximum Earned Income Tax Credit for singles, heads of households, and joint filers is $503 if the filer has no children (Table 6). For one child the credit is $3,359, two children is $5,548, and three or more children is $6,242.

What was the standard deduction for 2015 income tax?

Table 2. 2015 Standard Deduction and Personal Exemption Filing Status Deduction Amount Single $ 6,300.00 Married Filing Jointly $ 12,600.00 Head of Household $ 9,250.00