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Tax Tables are normally adjusted each year to allow for inflation and changes in economic markets. Tax tables can be used to increase or reduce public / business spending by controlling the amount of spare capital that a person or entity has. This page contains references to specific tax tables, tax calculators and definition(s) of the term 'Tax Tables' with supporting links to current and historical tax tables.
Tax Tables are a catalogue of tax amounts due (typically a percentage) based on specific earning brackets. Tax Tables are used to calculate individual and Joint tax returns, business, corporate and estate taxes.
You can find a list of Federal Tax Tables published on iCalculator and the associated Tax Calculator built in support of the Tax Amounts defined within each Tax Table.
iCalculator also uses State Tax Tables built into the tax calculator but we do not centrally publish these, please refer to individual states for actual State Tax Tables and State Taxation methodology.
The Federal Tax Tables are updated annually by the IRS. Below are the tax tables which are integrated into the United States Tax and Salary Calculators on iCalculator. You can also find supporting links to the State Tax tables for each State linked from the Federal Tax Tables or select the current year State Tax Tables from the State list further down this page.
State Tax Tables are updated annually by the each States Tax Administration Office. Below are the latest State tax tables which are integrated into the United States Tax and Salary Calculators on iCalculator.