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IRS Announces New Tax Brackets For 2024

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The Internal Revenue Service has declared that beginning with the 2024–2025 tax year, income tax brackets and standard deductions will be modified.

The IRS disclosed the data on Thursday in its yearly inflation adjustments report, which showed an increase of 5.4% in the income requirements to enter each new tax band.

In order to combat inflation and avoid “bracket creep,” which occurs when taxpayers move into a higher tax bracket due to inflation without seeing a meaningful gain in income or purchasing power, the IRS implements these adjustments once a year using a formula centered on the consumer price index.

This increase is nevertheless more significant than periods in the past when inflation was lower than the current 3.7% rate, even though it is less than the historical 7% increase from the previous year.

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act established seven federal income tax rates, which are applied gradually so that the higher your income, the larger the proportion of taxes you must pay. As of right now, the rates are 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, and 37%.

Individuals with taxable income up to $11,600 and joint filers with taxable income up to $23,200 will be subject to the lowest rate of 10% in 2024. Individuals earning more than $609,350 and married couples filing jointly earning $731,200 or more will be subject to the highest rate of 37%.

Standard deductions for 2024

  • The 2024 tax year standard deductions will increase to $29,200 for married couples filing jointly, up $1,500 from $27,700 for the 2023 tax year.
  • The standard deduction for single taxpayers will be, $14,600, an increase from $13,850 in 2023.
  • Heads of household will see a $1,100 increase to $21,900 compared to 2023’s $20,800.

Tax brackets for people filing as single individuals for 2024

  • 10%: Taxable income up to $11,600
  • 12%: Taxable income over $11,600
  • 22%: Taxable income over $47,150
  • 24%: Taxable income over $100,525
  • 32%: Taxable income over $191,950
  • 35%: Taxable income over $243,725
  • 37%: Taxable income over $609,350

Tax brackets for joint filers in 2024

  • 10%: Taxable income up to $23,200
  • 12%: Taxable income over $23,200
  • 22%: Taxable income over $94,300
  • 24%: Taxable income over $201,050
  • 32%: Taxable income over $383,900
  • 35%: Taxable income over $487,450
  • 37%: Taxable income over $731,200

2024 adjustments for social security, FSA, 401(k) and IRA contributions

  • Social security benefits will increase by 3.2%, more than $50 a month, starting in January.
  • The limit for contributions to an FSA in 2024 will increase to $3,200 up from $3,050.
  • Employee contributions to 401(k), 403(b) and most 457 plans are now capped at $23,000, up from the 2023 limit of $22,500. Annual contributions to an IRA are now capped at $7,000, up from $6,500.

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