Do you still need to file your 2012 taxes but first need to learn the 2012 tax rates? Take a look at our 2012 federal tax table.
If you did not file your 2012 taxes (in 2013), it’s best to do so as soon as possible. Before doing so, learn your federal tax rate for 2012. Regardless of what bracket you fall into, you should file your 2012 taxes sooner rather than later. PriorTax offers late tax filing not only for 2012 but also for years dating back to 2005.
The 2012 tax rates are generally the same as 2011’s tax rates. However, the 2013 tax rates increased from 2012 for taxpayers making over $400,000 (while the income tax brackets have slightly changed). That means, it’s important to note the 2012 tax table differs from the 2013 tax table. (Hint- don’t use this tax table for filing 2013 taxes).
How Can I See the 2012 Tax Table?
To make life (a little) easier, we have created a 2012 tax rate table (see below), breaking down the tax rates for the prior year. The tax table is based off of your filing status (single, filing jointly, etc.) and your income level. You can expect your 2012 tax rate to be anywhere between 10% and 35%. The higher your income, the higher the tax rate. Click on the tax table below to view a larger version.
Now that you have a better understanding of the 2012 tax rates, you can create an account with PriorTax and prepare your late 2012 tax return.
While filling out our step-by-step guided 2012 application, our tax experts are available via live chat, phone or e-mail, to answer any questions you may have regarding how to file your 2012 taxes, your 2012 income tax bracket, where to send your 2012 tax return, etc. Get started today and get those 2012 taxes out of the way!