This online tool can compute the 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015 federal income tax rates, also known as tax brackets, for individuals. The calculator takes into consideration, wages, salaries, income, adjustments to income, deductions, as well as exemptions. The calculator not only provides an estimate of federal income tax owed, but also Social Security and Medicare taxes too.
Unlike the federal government, which has a series of tax brackets that apply to all U.S. taxpayers, state-level income tax rates are not standardized. In fact, several states do not even have an income tax but rely on other sources of funds to provide essential services to their residents.
The money owed on purchases can be confusing due to differences in state sales tax rates. Adding to that confusion is the World Wide Web, which makes purchasing merchandise from a company doing business in another state an everyday affair.
In this article, we'll continue the approach taken in the past, explaining the significant income tax changes in 2019. That discussion will include changes to Social Security and Medicare, federal income tax standard deductions and exemptions, mileage deduction rates, earned income credits, Hope and Lifetime Learning tax credits, in addition to changes to retirement accounts such as the 401(k), 403(b), IRAs, and Roth plans.
The renewed faith in the American economy that started back in 2010 continued through 2018, resulting in significant increases to the selling price of homes over the past eight years.
Ad valorem tax refers to a tax that is based on the assessed value of a property, service, or product. Ad valorem is a Latin phrase which means "according to value," and this type of tax is usually imposed at the time of a transaction. Common examples of an ad valorem tax include property and sales tax.
Consumer Debt Statistics: The latest statistics from the Federal Reserve indicate consumer debt in the United States continues to increase, reaching nearly $3.9 trillion in July 2018. According to statistics published by the Census Bureau, that works out to over $11,944 in debt for every man, woman and child that lives here in the United States.
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Highest Paying Jobs 2018: In this article, we're going to provide several lists of the highest paying jobs in America, as determined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. We're also going to slice and dice that data several different ways, revealing some interesting trends in the information.