What is the lowest income tax bracket?

Answer In 2009, the lowest U.S. income tax bracket for single people, or married people filing separately, is up to $8,350. A married couple filing jointly can make up to $16,700, and a head of household ... Read More »

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What is the Lowest Federal Income Tax Bracket?

The exact ranges for federal income tax brackets changes every year. However, according to the Tax Foundation, the federal government put those who made between $0 and $8,375 in the lowest income b... Read More »

What happens if your taxable income falls in the lowest tax bracket?

Do you pay taxes if you are in the lowest tax bracket?

Yes when you would have taxable income in the lowest tax bracket yes you would have a federal income liability when your income tax return has been completed correctly to the line on your 1040 fede... Read More »

What income bracket pays federal income taxes?

All income brackets have people who have federal tax obligations, however, the amount of people who owe any taxes drops precipitously as income levels falls. According to the Tax Policy Center, onl... Read More »