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Try the H&R Block Tax Calculator

If you are wondering how much of a Federal tax refund you will get, it’s possible to estimate the amount of your refund with the H&R Block Tax Calculator.

By entering in your income and answering a few simple questions, you can have a good idea of how much you’ll get back from the IRS.

Today, we are sharing how to estimate your tax refund amount for free.

H&R Block Tax Calculator

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The New H&R Block Tax Calculator

As the year ends, many folks start to look at their taxes and assess how much money they might be getting back in their tax refund. The H&R Block tax calculator 2022 is available online for free to estimate your tax refund.

Estimate your tax refund with the H&R Block Tax Calculator 2022

Given that this tool comes in handy, we wanted to break down the H&R Block Tax Calculator’s process and provide a little education on how the H&R Block Tax Calculator works.

The H&R Block Tax Calculator 2022 is Easy to Use

There are numerous “free tax calculators” that you can find online that will help in the process of estimating your tax situation.… Read the rest

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H&R Block Emerald Refund Advance Loan

Do you believe that you’ll receive a tax refund this year?

You might have heard that to stop tax fraud, refunds are going to be held longer. This applies especially to the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

But with H&R Block, you can get the money you need right now.

What is a Refund Advance Loan?

H&R Block emerald advance loan

A refund advance is something several tax platforms offer. You apply for a refund advance, and the money is loaned to you.

Instead of paying it back, the money is taken from your tax refund instead.… Read the rest

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How to Know if You have Capital Gains

 

capital gainsIf you are in the process of going through your taxes, it’s time to understand your own taxes. Even if you have a tax professional doing your taxes, it’s still great to organize your files and know what you will owe.

Let’s look at how you should divide up your income and see if you have capital gains or losses to report this year.

IRS Taxable Income Types

Currently, the IRS allows you to report your income in two taxable brackets that include capital and ordinary.… Read the rest

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Current Federal Income Tax Brackets Chart

Every year, the Federal tax brackets chart tends to change. With the new changes to the tax code, under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), it’s more important than ever to determine which Federal tax bracket you fall into. It could influence how much you pay by thousands of dollars.

Learn what the current Federal tax brackets are and how they work.

IRS Federal Income Brackets Chart

Here are the new tax brackets and rates organized by filing status:

Tax Brackets Single

Taxable Income Tax Rate
$0 – $9,875 10% of taxable income
$9,876 – $40,125 $987.50 + 12% of the amount over $9,875
$40,126 – $85,525 $4,617.50 + 22% of the amount over $40,125
$85,526 – $163,300 $14,605.50 + 24% of the amount over $85,525
$163,301 – $207,350 $33,271.50 + 32% of the amount over $163,300
$207,351 – $518,400 $47,367.50 + 35% of the amount over $207,350
$207,351 – $518,400 $156,235 + 37% of the amount over $518,400

 

Tax Brackets Married Filing Jointly or Qualifying Widow(er)

Taxable Income Tax Rate
$0 – $19,750 10% of taxable income
$19,751 – $80,250 $1,975 + 12% of the amount over $19,750
$80,251 – $171,050 $9,235 + 22% of the amount over $80,250
$171,051 – $326,600 $29,211 + 24% of the amount over $171,050
$326,601 – $414,700 $66,543 + 32% of the amount over $326,600
$414,701 – $622,050 $94,735 + 35% of the amount over $414,700
$622,051 or more $167,307.50 + 37% of the amount over $622,050

 

Tax Brackets Married Filing Separately

Taxable Income Tax Rate
$0 – $9,875 10% of taxable income
$9,876 – $40,125 $987.50 + 12% of the amount over $9,875
$40,126 – $85,525 $4,617.50 + 22% of the amount over $40,125
$85,526 – $163,300 $14,605.50 + 24% of the amount over $85,525
$163,301 – $207,350 $33,271.50 + 32% of the amount of $163,300
$207,351 – $311,025 $83,653.75 + 37% of the amount over $311,025
$311,026 or more $83,653.75 + 37% of the amount over $311,025

 

Head of Household

Taxable Income Tax Rate
$0 – $14,100 10% of taxable income
$14,101 – $53,700 $1,410 + 12% of the amount over $14,100
$53,701 – $85,500 $6,162 + 22% of the amount over $53,700
$85,501 – $163,300 $13,158 + 24% of the amount over $85,500
$163,301 – $207,350 $31,830 + 32% of the amount over $163,300
$207,351 – $518,400 $45,926 + 35% of the amount over $207,350
$518,401 or more $154,793.50 + 37% of the amount over $518,400

Try the tax bracket calculator and see what your tax bracket will be.Try the Free Tax Brackets Calculator

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