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With each new year comes new changes to the tax brackets due to inflation and new bills passed by Congress. We made a table for these changes and here are the most important revisions we think you need to know!
|Standard Deduction – Single||$6,500||$12,000|
|Standard Deduction – Jointly Married||$13,000||$24,000|
|Personal Exemption – Single/Joint||$4,000/$8,000||ELIMINATED|
|Child Tax Credit (Under 17)||$11,000||$12,000|
|Limits for Retirement Savings||$18,000||$18,500|
|Savings in IRAs – Single||$62K-$72K||$63K-$73K|
|Savings in IRAs – Married (w/ employer plan)||$99K-$119K||$101K-$121K|
|Contribution to IRAs – Single||$118K-$133K||$120K-$135K|
|Contribution to IRAs – Married (jointly)||$186K-$196K||$189K-$199K|
|Top Rate – Individual||39.6% at $418.4K+||39% at $500K+|
|Top Rate – Married (joint)||39.6% at $470.7K+||39% at $600K+|
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