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I know this is a very simple question, but I really don't know how to find out. I am only two years out of college, so any stocks I have bought I am still holding, and my only income is my salary. I have always used TurboTax since mine are still very simple and I trust the software to handle it.

I just want to know how to figure out my tax braket so I can kind of get and idea of what plans to make in saving up for a house.

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