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Jomo

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Hi,
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Jomo

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I'll explain what one of the lines mean.
The lines that starts with $77,100 means that if your taxable income is between $77,100 and $160,850 then your tax is $15,698 plus 28% of the amount over $77,1000.
Hopefully that will help you.
 

Subhotosh Khan

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can someone please provide steps and explain View attachment 29843
I'll do a similar but different problem for you, using the same table.
What was the tax owed by a single taxpayer on a taxable income of $ 90,000?

The income is over 77100 but not over 160850. So we will use data 4 th row

90000 - 77100 = 12900

So the tax is 15698 +28% of 12900 = 15698 + 3612 = $19310

Follow the exact same procedure. If you don't follow something - tell us exactly where you are lost and we will provide you MapQuest and compass.
 

Je--yMellow

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I'll do a similar but different problem for you, using the same table.
What was the tax owed by a single taxpayer on a taxable income of $ 90,000?

The income is over 77100 but not over 160850. So we will use data 4 th row

90000 - 77100 = 12900

So the tax is 15698 +28% of 12900 = 15698 + 3612 = $19310

Follow the exact same procedure. If you don't follow something - tell us exactly where you are lost and we will provide you MapQuest and compass.
Thank you so much!! I understand it now!
 
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