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Income Tax 2014-2015
Federal Income Tax Filing Deadline
The filing deadline for the year 2014 is Wednesday April 15,
2015. Information appearing in this article applies to
changes effective in 2014, which then become part of a
taxpayer's return in 2015.
INCOME TAX RATES
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, or ATRA, added
a seventh federal income tax bracket (39.6%) in 2013, while
the remaining six rates were unchanged. In 2014, taxable
incomes above the following thresholds now fall into the
39.6% bracket: Married Filing Separately ($228,800),
Unmarried Individuals ($406,750), Head of Household
($432,200), and Married Filing Joint Returns ($457,600).
Social Security and Medicare
As was the case in the past, all wages earned in a given
year are taxed at the 1.45% rate for Medicare. In 2014,
wages paid in excess of $200,000 for Unmarried filers and
in excess of $250,000 for Married filers will be subject to an
extra 0.9% tax.
Social Security tax remains at 6.20%, while the wage limit,
or Social Security maximum, increases from $113,700 to
$117,000. The Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) was 1.5%
in 2014, raising the SSI limit to $2,642 per month.
According to the IRS, approximately two out of every three
taxpayers claim the standard deduction on their income tax
returns. In 2014, there was a change to the standard
deduction amounts for all individual taxpayers, including:
Single (Unmarried Individuals): $6,200, an increase of $100
Married Filing Separately: $6,200, an increase of $100
Head of Household: $9,100, an increase of $150
Married Taxpayers Filing Jointly and Qualifying
Widow(er)s: $12,400, an increase of $200