2019 Tax Brackets

Here Are Your 2019 Tax Brackets

January marks the start of a new year for everybody, but it carries an added significance for accounting professionals. I’m talking, of course, about the arrival of tax season. While preparing taxes this year won’t require learning an entirely new tax code, as it did in 2018, you still need to familiarize yourself with changes to rates in order to enter the season fully prepared.

Every year, the IRS adjusts dozens of tax provisions in order to account for inflation. At the end of November, they announced the rate, credit, and deduction changes for 2019. To help provide you with all the tools you need to make tax season a success, we’ve created a series of tables detailing all brackets and rates for this year.

Income Tax Brackets and Rates

Rate For Unmarried Individuals For Married Individuals Filing Joint Returns For Heads of Households
10% $0 $0 $0
12% $9.700 $19,400 $13,850
22% $39,475 $78,950 $52,850
24% $84,200 $168,400 $84,200
32% $160,725 $321,450 $160,700
35% $204,100 $408,200 $204,100
37% $510,300 $612,350 $510,300

Capital Gains Tax Brackets and Rates

Rate For Unmarried Individuals For Married Individuals Filing Joint Returns For Heads of Households
0% $0 $0 $0
15% $39,375 $78,750 $52,750
20% $434,550 $488,850 $461,700

All information for tables is sourced from taxfoundation.org

We encourage you to click on the tables for printable versions, bookmark this page for easy reference, and consult taxfoundation.org for a full list of 2019 rates, exemptions, and credits.

AccountingSuite comes equipped with all the features accounting professionals need to make 2019 the best year yet for their tax preparation workflow. Learn more about our software and its robust suite of tools and features here.

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