What will tax rates be in 2026?

Unless Congress votes to extend the TCJA, 2017 tax rates will go back into effect on January 1, 2026, For example:

  • 12% tax rate goes back up to 15%
  • 22% tax rate goes back up to 25%
  • 24% tax rate goes back up to 28%

Will 2021 taxes be higher?

Tax rates remain unchanged for 2021, but the brackets themselves expanded to account for inflation. Not today’s runaway inflation, mind you. While rising prices have economists worried — inflation hit a 31-year high in October 2021 — the brackets and standard deduction for the 2021 tax year were locked in back in 2020.

How will my taxes change in 2021?

For your 2021 tax return, the standard deduction is now $12,550 for single filers (an increase of $150) and $25,100 for married couples filing jointly (an increase of $300). For heads of households, the standard deduction is now $18,800 (an increase of $150). These increases are inflation adjustments.5 days ago

How will my taxes change in 2022?

The standard deduction reduces your taxable income. For the 2022 tax year, the standard deduction will increase to $12,950 for single filers and married filers filing separately, $25,900 for married filers filing jointly and $19,400 for heads of household.

What are capital gains rates for 2021?

2021 Longer-Term Capital Gains Tax Rate Income Thresholds

Capital Gains Tax Rate Taxable Income (Single) Taxable Income (Married Filing Jointly)
0% Up to $40,400 Up to $80,800
15% $40,401 to $445,850 $80,801 to $501,600
20% Over $445,850 Over $501,600

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