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Understanding the Federal Income Tax Tables

Understanding the Federal Income Tax Tables

Federal Income tax tables accompany Federal tax brackets. Each state has their own individual federal tax table; however there is a general federal income tax table that allows for people to make an educated guess on how much their tax will work out being.  
This federal income tax table helps guide an individual to determine which tax bracket he or she will fall under as well as if there are any circumstances or stipulations that may change the outcome.
Federal tax tables are typically used by employers to determine how much to withhold from an employee. With that being said, it is advisable for employees to know and understand about how much money will be taken from each pay check by the federal government.
Using a state’s federal tax table along with the directions of how to properly withhold from an employee, an employer may be able to properly code a person for their taxes allowing the employee to not owe the federal government or the federal governments owe them and money at the end of the year.
Items that can alter the outcome of a federal tax table is what type of payment plan a person is on (biweekly, monthly, weekly), if there is a flat tax rate,  a supplemental flat tax rate, or a bonus flat tax rate, and whether or not a person receives any social security or benefits.

What You Should Know About Tax Tables

What You Should Know About Tax Tables

Tax Tables allow for a person to better understand how much from each pay check will be withheld for government taxes. These charts can be accessed online. Some charts require for an individual to put in required information where as others come already filled out.
IRS Tax tables Background


IRS tax tables can be completed by filling out specified lines from certain forms that have previously been filled out. These forms include: 1040EZ, 1040A, and the 1040. Depending on which form that has been filled out will determine how to properly complete the IRS tax tables.
2008 Tax Table


A tax table can be completed for every year. This is especially helpful to plan for the future.  Filling out a tax table for 2008, for example, can help to understand how much a company has withheld from an individual’s pay check and if it was done proper.
Federal Income tax table


A federal income tax table allows for a person to determine which tax bracket they fall under. By determining this information a person will easily be able to determine how much money has been withheld from their paychecks for the federal government. Some items that may change or justify the amount of money withheld is a person’s payment plan, tax rate, and social security.

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