What are the tax brackets for 2013?

What are the tax brackets for 2013?

Updated: 2013 Federal Income Tax Brackets And Marginal Rates

Rate Single Filers Married Joint Filers
10% $0 to $8,925 $0 to $17,850
15% $8,925 to $36,250 $17,850 to $72,500
25% $36,250 to $87,850 $72,500 to $146,400
28% $87,850 to $183,250 $146,400 to $223,050

Where can I find NC tax forms?

To download forms from this website, go to NC Individual Income Tax Forms. To order forms, call 1-877-252-3052. Touch tone callers may order forms 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may also obtain forms from a service center or from our Order Forms page.

How is North Carolina income tax calculated?

For tax year 2019, the individual income tax rate is 5.25%. To calculate your North Carolina tax liability, multiply your North Carolina taxable income by 5.25% (0.0525).

What was the standard deduction for 2013?

The standard deduction in 2013 rises to $6,100/$12,200 (single/married) up from $5,950/$11,900. However the fiscal cliff legislation (ATRA act of 2012) reinstated limitations for itemized deductions claimed on 2013 returns of individuals with incomes greater than $250,000/$300,000 (single/married).

What was the new tax rate added in 2013?

The American Taxpayer Relief Act introduced a new top income tax bracket of 39.6% in tax year 2013, and that rate stayed in place for five years through 2017.

Who Must File North Carolina tax return?

Filing Requirements Chart for Tax Year 2020

Filing Status A Return is Required if Federal Gross Income Exceeds
Single $10,750
Married – Filing Joint Return $21,500
Married – Filing Separate Return
If spouse does not claim itemized deductions $10,750

Does NC tax retirement income?

Social Security income in North Carolina is not taxed. However, withdrawals from retirement accounts are fully taxed. Additionally, pension incomes are fully taxed.

What is the income tax rate in North Carolina?

Depending upon your filing status and your taxable income, the North Carolina tax rate ranges from 6 to 7.75 percent. If your taxable income is less than $68,000, a tax table is provided in the instruction booklet.

What is the NC tax rate for 2011-2013?

Tax Rate Schedule for Tax Years 2011-2013 and taxable income is more than: but not over: your tax is: $ 0 $12,750 6% OF THE NC TAXABLE INCOME AMOUNT ON FO $12,750 $60,000 $765 + 7% OF THE AMOUNT OVER $12,750 $60,000 _______ $4,072.50 + 7.75% OF THE AMOUNT OVER $60

Where can I get a ncdor tax table?

If your taxable income is less than $68,000, a tax table is provided in the instruction booklet. To obtain a copy of the instruction booklet please call toll-free at 1-877-252-3052 or you may visit a service center or go to our Order Forms page.