By JLP | September 26, 2007
Here’s a look at the expected Federal Income Tax brackets for 2008. The official brackets from the IRS won’t be available until later this year. I found these numbers in an article in today’s Wall Street Journal, which has the following three individuals listed as the source for their information:
In addition, the basic standard deduction is supposed to increase to $10,900 (up $200 from 2007) for married filing jointly and for most single filers it will increase to $5,450 (up $100 from 2007). The personal exemption will increase to $3,500, which is a $100 increase over 2007.
A lot of this won’t mean diddly to a lot of filers if congress doesn’t do something with the AMT, which is expected to impact 25 million people in 2008 if something isn’t done. OUCH! Long-time readers know my distaste for the AMT.
For those who are interested, here’s some additional tax posts I have done that you might find helpful: