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Below are 2008 Tax Tables. According to 2008 Tax Tables, tax rates progressively increase as income increases. The tax rates apply only to the income in each tax bracket range.

Below are 2008 Tax Tables. According to 2008 Tax Tables, tax rates progressively increase as income increases. The tax rates apply only to the income in each tax bracket range. Also, the tax rates apply only to taxable income. Various adjustments and deductions, including the standard deduction and personal exemptions, all lower your taxable income. Taxable income is almost always less than your total income. Capital gains are may taxed at different tax rates and are calculated separately. To accurately compute your actual income tax, please see the 2008 instructions for Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ as appropriate.

SINGLE FILING STATUS 10% on income between $0 and $8,025 15% on the income between $8,025 and $32,550; plus $802.50 25% on the income between $32,550 and $78,850; plus $4,481.25 28% on the income between $78,850 and $164,550; plus $16,056.25 33% on the income between $164,550 and $357,700; plus $40,052.25 35% on the income over $357,700; plus $103,791.75

MARRIED FILING JOINTLY or QUALIFYING WIDOWER FILING STATUS 10% on the income between $0 and $16,050 15% on the income between $16,050 and $65,100; plus $1,605.00 25% on the income between $65,100 and $131,450; plus $8,962.50 28% on the income between $131,450 and $200,300; plus $25,550.00 33% on the income between $200,300 and $357,700; plus $44,828.00 35% on the income over $357,700; plus $96,770.00

MARRIED FILING SEPARETLY FILING STATUS 10% on the income between $0 and $8,025 15% on the income between $8,025 and $32,550; plus $802.50 25% on the income between $32,550 and $65,725; plus $4,481.25 28% on the income between $65,725 and $100,150; plus $12,775.00 33% on the income between $100,150 and $178,850; plus $22,414.00 35% on the income over $178,850; plus $48,385.00

HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD FILING STATUS 10% on the income between $0 and $11,450 15% on the income between $11,450 and $43,650; plus $1,145.00 25% on the income between $43,650 and $112,650; plus $5,975.00 28% on the income between $112,650 and $182,400; plus $23,225.00 33% on the income between $182,400 and $357,700; plus $42,755.00 35% on the income over $357,700; plus $100,604.00

HOW MARGINAL TAX RATES ARE USED Individuals can use the tax rate schedules in a number of ways to help plan their finances. You can use these tax rates to figure out how much tax you will pay on extra income you earn. For a taxpayer in the 25% tax bracket, extra income will be taxed at that rate until the taxpayer reaches the next tax bracket. Alternatively, you can use these tax rates to figure out how much tax you will save by increasing your deductions. For a taxpayer in the 28% tax bracket will save 28 cents in federal tax.