Anyone know of a list or chart showing taxable income and the tax brackets they fall into?An example would be: (these numbers are wrong)Under $15,000 = no taxes$15,001 - $25,000 = 15%$25,001 - $35,000 = 17%etc...Seems like there are probably several resources, but I know none of them.Thanks,Scot
Sure. Go to Page 64 of your 1998 Form 1040 Instructions. The numbers will change a bit for 1999 because of indexing for inflation, but not much. If you don't have these instructions saved, visit the IRS Web site, www.irs.ustreas.gov, and look for Form 1040, Schedules X, Y, and Z.
Thanks for the tax link! It was perfect and I printed all the info I needed.-Scot
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