Tax Brackets for 2010 Income

Quick way to determine your tax brackets
Quick way to determine your tax brackets

By law, the thresholds for the marginal federal income tax brackets must change each year to keep pace with inflation. For 2010, those brackets are as follows:

Individual Taxpayers

  • 10% on taxable income between $0 and $8,375

  • 15% on taxable income between $8,376 and $34,000

  • 25% on taxable income between $34,001 and $82,400

  • 28% on taxable income between $82,401 and $171,850

  • 33% on taxable income between $171,851 and $373,650

  • 35% on taxable income over $373,651

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