New York collects state income taxes using a progressive 8-bracket system.
For single taxpayers:
- 4% on the first $8,400 of taxable income.
- 4.5% on taxable income between $8,401 and $11,600.
- 5.25% on taxable income between $11,601 and $13,750.
- 5.9% on taxable income between $13,751 and $21,150.
- 6.45% on taxable income between $21,151 and $79,600.
- 6.65% on taxable income between $79,601 and $212,500.
- 6.85% on taxable income between $212,501 and $1,062,650.
- 8.82% on taxable income of more than $1,062,651.
Empire State *Income tax reform *are due April 15 or the next business day if that date falls on a weekend or holiday.
New York City has its own *tax rates and brackets*.
The state’s earned income credit has increased to 30% of the federal credit. The credit helps taxpayers offset increases in living expenses and Social Security taxes, reduces taxes owed and in some cases can even provide a refund to filers who do not owe any tax. File Form IT-215, *Claim for Earned Income Credit*
There are different types of personal income tax you can fill, such as:
- Form 1040 (U.S. Individual Income Tax Return) (a.k.a. “the long form”) Form 1040
- Form 1040A (U.S. Individual Income Tax Return) (a.k.a. “the short form”) Form 1040 A
- Form 1040EZ (Income Tax Return for Single and Joint Filers With No Dependents)Form 1040EZ
- Form 1040NR (U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return)Form 1040 NR
- Form 1040NR-EZ (U.S. Income Tax Return for Certain Nonresident Aliens With No Dependents)Form 1040 NR-EZ
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