2017 tax brackets

Below are the income tax brackets for the 2017 tax year.  These are the marginal tax rates, in that you will be taxed at each of these levels as your income rises.  For example, if you are single and had taxable income of $60,000, your tax would be the sum of 10% of $9,325, 15% of $28,625 ($37,950 minus $9,325), and 25% of $22,050 ($60,000 minus $37,950).  Capital gains tax brackets are different from income tax brackets.

2017 Income tax brackets
Rate Single Filer Married Filing Jointly Head of Household
10% $0 – $9,325 $0 – $18,650 $0 – $13,350
15% $9,326 – $37,950 $18,651 – $75,900 $13,351 – $50,800
25% $37,951 – $91,900 $75,901 – $153,100 $50,801 – $131,200
28% $91,901 – $191,650 $153,101 – $233,350 $131,201 – $212,500
33% $191,651 – $416,700 $233,351 – $416,700 $212,501 – $416,700
35% $416,701 – $418,400 $416,701 – $470,700 $416,701 – $444,500
39.6% >$418,401 >$470,700 >$444,501