Where is a place to find out what tax bracket I am in based on my income?Also for capital gains? I know some people might be in the 15% bracket and only pay 10% on long-term gains.Thanks,brettrkr
Form 1040, Schedule X, Y-1, Y-2, or Z, depending on your filing status. In 1999 this was on Page 69 of your Form 1040 Instructions. If you don't have them, go to www.irs.ustreas.gov and click on "Forms & Publications." For capital gains you will have to look at Schedule D.
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