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Alabama Tax Tables 2018 - Tax Rates and Thresholds in Alabama

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Alabama State Income Tax Tables in 2018

The Income tax rates and personal allowances in Alabama are updated annually with new tax tables published for Resident and Non-resident taxpayers. The Tax tables below include the tax rates, thresholds and allowances included in the Alabama Tax Calculator 2018.

Alabama provides a standard Personal Exemption tax deduction of $ 1,500.00 in 2018 per qualifying filer and $ 1,000.00 per qualifying dependent(s), this is used to reduce the amount of income that is subject to tax in 2018.

Alabama Single Filer Standard Deduction

The standard deduction for a Single Filer in Alabama for 2018 is $ 2,500.00.

The standard deduction in Alabama is adjusted for Single Filers based on gross income in 2018, see the tables below for further details:

Alabama State Schedule for Standard Deduction Amounts for Single Filers in 2018
Alabama Adjusted Gross IncomeStandard Deduction
$ 0.00 - $ 22,999.99$ 2,500.00
$ 23,000.00 - $ 23,499.99$ 2,475.00
$ 23,500.00 - $ 23,999.99$ 2,450.00
$ 24,000.00 - $ 24,499.99$ 2,425.00
$ 24,500.00 - $ 24,999.99$ 2,400.00
$ 25,000.00 - $ 25,499.99$ 2,375.00
$ 25,500.00 - $ 25,999.99$ 2,350.00
$ 26,000.00 - $ 26,499.99$ 2,325.00
$ 26,500.00 - $ 26,999.99$ 2,300.00
$ 27,000.00 - $ 27,499.99$ 2,275.00
$ 27,500.00 - $ 27,999.99$ 2,250.00
$ 28,000.00 - $ 28,499.99$ 2,225.00
$ 28,500.00 - $ 28,999.99$ 2,200.00
$ 29,000.00 - $ 29,499.99$ 2,175.00
$ 29,500.00 - $ 29,999.99$ 2,150.00
$ 30,000.00 - $ 30,499.99$ 2,125.00
$ 30,500.00 - $ 30,999.99$ 2,100.00
$ 31,000.00 - $ 31,499.99$ 2,075.00
$ 31,500.00 - $ 31,999.99$ 2,050.00
$ 32,000.00 - $ 32,499.99$ 2,025.00
$ 32,500.00 and above$ 2,000.00

Alabama Single Filer Tax Tables

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Single Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual income less than $ 0.00)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
2%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 500.00
4%Income from $ 500.01 to $ 3,000.00
5%Income from $ 3,000.01 and above

Alabama Married (Joint) Filer Standard Deduction

The standard deduction for a Married (Joint) Filer in Alabama for 2018 is $ 7,500.00.

The standard deduction in Alabama is adjusted for Married (Joint) Filers based on gross income in 2018, see the tables below for further details:

Alabama State Schedule for Standard Deduction Amounts for Married (Joint) Filers in 2018
Alabama Adjusted Gross IncomeStandard Deduction
$ 0.00 - $ 22,999.99$ 7,500.00
$ 23,000.00 - $ 23,499.99$ 7,325.00
$ 23,500.00 - $ 23,999.99$ 7,150.00
$ 24,000.00 - $ 24,499.99$ 6,975.00
$ 24,500.00 - $ 24,999.99$ 6,800.00
$ 25,000.00 - $ 25,499.99$ 6,625.00
$ 25,500.00 - $ 25,999.99$ 6,450.00
$ 26,000.00 - $ 26,499.99$ 6,275.00
$ 26,500.00 - $ 26,999.99$ 6,100.00
$ 27,000.00 - $ 27,499.99$ 5,925.00
$ 27,500.00 - $ 27,999.99$ 5,750.00
$ 28,000.00 - $ 28,499.99$ 5,575.00
$ 28,500.00 - $ 28,999.99$ 5,400.00
$ 29,000.00 - $ 29,499.99$ 5,225.00
$ 29,500.00 - $ 29,999.99$ 5,050.00
$ 30,000.00 - $ 30,499.99$ 4,875.00
$ 30,500.00 - $ 30,999.99$ 4,700.00
$ 31,000.00 - $ 31,499.99$ 4,525.00
$ 31,500.00 - $ 31,999.99$ 4,350.00
$ 32,000.00 - $ 32,499.99$ 4,175.00
$ 32,500.00 and above$ 4,000.00

Alabama Married (Joint) Filer Tax Tables

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Married (Joint) Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual income less than $ 0.00)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
2%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 1,000.00
4%Income from $ 1,000.01 to $ 6,000.00
5%Income from $ 6,000.01 and above

Alabama Married (separate) Filer Standard Deduction

The standard deduction for a Married (separate) Filer in Alabama for 2018 is $ 3,750.00.

The standard deduction in Alabama is adjusted for Married (separate) Filers based on gross income in 2018, see the tables below for further details:

Alabama State Schedule for Standard Deduction Amounts for Married (separate) Filers in 2018
Alabama Adjusted Gross IncomeStandard Deduction
$ 0.00 - $ 10,499.99$ 3,750.00
$ 10,500.00 - $ 10,749.99$ 3,662.00
$ 10,750.00 - $ 10,999.99$ 3,574.00
$ 11,000.00 - $ 11,249.99$ 3,486.00
$ 11,250.00 - $ 11,499.99$ 3,398.00
$ 11,500.00 - $ 11,749.99$ 3,310.00
$ 11,750.00 - $ 11,999.99$ 3,222.00
$ 12,000.00 - $ 12,249.99$ 3,134.00
$ 12,250.00 - $ 12,499.99$ 3,046.00
$ 12,500.00 - $ 12,749.99$ 2,958.00
$ 12,750.00 - $ 12,999.99$ 2,870.00
$ 13,000.00 - $ 13,249.99$ 2,782.00
$ 13,250.00 - $ 13,499.99$ 2,694.00
$ 13,500.00 - $ 13,749.99$ 2,606.00
$ 13,750.00 - $ 13,999.99$ 2,518.00
$ 14,000.00 - $ 14,249.99$ 2,430.00
$ 14,250.00 - $ 14,499.99$ 2,342.00
$ 14,500.00 - $ 14,749.99$ 2,254.00
$ 14,750.00 - $ 14,999.99$ 2,166.00
$ 15,000.00 and above$ 2,078.00

Alabama Married (separate) Filer Tax Tables

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Married (separate) Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual income less than $ 0.00)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
2%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 500.00
4%Income from $ 500.01 to $ 3,000.00
5%Income from $ 3,000.01 and above

Alabama Head of Household Filer Standard Deduction

The standard deduction for a Head of Household Filer in Alabama for 2018 is $ 4,700.00.

The standard deduction in Alabama is adjusted for Head of Household Filers based on gross income in 2018, see the tables below for further details:

Alabama State Schedule for Standard Deduction Amounts for Head of Household Filers in 2018
Alabama Adjusted Gross IncomeStandard Deduction
$ 0.00 - $ 22,999.99$ 4,700.00
$ 23,000.00 - $ 23,499.99$ 4,565.00
$ 23,500.00 - $ 23,999.99$ 4,430.00
$ 24,000.00 - $ 24,499.99$ 4,295.00
$ 24,500.00 - $ 24,999.99$ 4,160.00
$ 25,000.00 - $ 25,499.99$ 4,025.00
$ 25,500.00 - $ 25,999.99$ 3,890.00
$ 26,000.00 - $ 26,499.99$ 3,755.00
$ 26,500.00 - $ 26,999.99$ 3,620.00
$ 27,000.00 - $ 27,499.99$ 3,485.00
$ 27,500.00 - $ 27,999.99$ 3,350.00
$ 28,000.00 - $ 28,499.99$ 3,215.00
$ 28,500.00 - $ 28,999.99$ 3,080.00
$ 29,000.00 - $ 29,499.99$ 2,945.00
$ 29,500.00 - $ 29,999.99$ 2,810.00
$ 30,000.00 - $ 30,499.99$ 2,675.00
$ 30,500.00 - $ 30,999.99$ 2,540.00
$ 31,000.00 - $ 31,499.99$ 2,405.00
$ 31,500.00 - $ 31,999.99$ 2,270.00
$ 32,000.00 - $ 32,499.99$ 2,135.00
$ 32,500.00 and above$ 2,000.00

Alabama Head of Household Filer Tax Tables

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Head of Household Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual income less than $ 0.00)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
2%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 500.00
4%Income from $ 500.01 to $ 3,000.00
5%Income from $ 3,000.01 and above

Alabama Widower Filer Standard Deduction

The standard deduction for a Widower Filer in Alabama for 2018 is $ 7,500.00.

The standard deduction in Alabama is adjusted for Widower Filers based on gross income in 2018, see the tables below for further details:

Alabama State Schedule for Standard Deduction Amounts for Widower Filers in 2018
Alabama Adjusted Gross IncomeStandard Deduction
$ 0.00 and above$ 7,500.00

Alabama Widower Filer Tax Tables

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Widower Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual income less than $ 0.00)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
2%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 500.00
4%Income from $ 500.01 to $ 3,000.00
5%Income from $ 3,000.01 and above

Federal Income Tax Tables in 2018

Federal Single Filer Tax Tables

The federal standard deduction for a Single Filer in 2018 is $ 12,000.00.

The federal federal allowance for Over 65 years of age Single Filer in 2018 is $ 1,550.00

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Single Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
10%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 9,525.00
12%Income from $ 9,525.01 to $ 38,700.00
22%Income from $ 38,700.01 to $ 82,500.00
24%Income from $ 82,500.01 to $ 157,500.00
32%Income from $ 157,500.01 to $ 200,000.00
35%Income from $ 200,000.01 to $ 500,000.00
37%Income from $ 500,000.01 and above

Federal Married (Joint) Filer Tax Tables

The federal standard deduction for a Married (Joint) Filer in 2018 is $ 24,000.00.

The federal federal allowance for Over 65 years of age Married (Joint) Filer in 2018 is $ 1,300.00

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Married (Joint) Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
10%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 19,050.00
12%Income from $ 19,050.01 to $ 77,400.00
22%Income from $ 77,400.01 to $ 165,000.00
24%Income from $ 165,000.01 to $ 315,000.00
32%Income from $ 315,000.01 to $ 400,000.00
35%Income from $ 400,000.01 to $ 600,000.00
37%Income from $ 600,000.01 and above

Federal Married (separate) Filer Tax Tables

The federal standard deduction for a Married (separate) Filer in 2018 is $ 12,000.00.

The federal federal allowance for Over 65 years of age Married (separate) Filer in 2018 is $ 1,300.00

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Married (separate) Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
10%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 9,525.00
12%Income from $ 9,525.01 to $ 38,700.00
22%Income from $ 38,700.01 to $ 82,500.00
24%Income from $ 82,500.01 to $ 157,500.00
32%Income from $ 157,500.01 to $ 200,000.00
35%Income from $ 200,000.01 to $ 300,000.00
37%Income from $ 300,000.01 and above

Federal Head of Household Filer Tax Tables

The federal standard deduction for a Head of Household Filer in 2018 is $ 18,000.00.

The federal federal allowance for Over 65 years of age Head of Household Filer in 2018 is $ 1,550.00

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Head of Household Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
10%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 13,600.00
12%Income from $ 13,600.01 to $ 51,800.00
22%Income from $ 51,800.01 to $ 82,500.00
24%Income from $ 82,500.01 to $ 157,500.00
32%Income from $ 157,500.01 to $ 200,000.00
35%Income from $ 200,000.01 to $ 500,000.00
37%Income from $ 500,000.01 and above

Federal Widower Filer Tax Tables

The federal standard deduction for a Widower Filer in 2018 is $ 24,000.00.

The federal federal allowance for Over 65 years of age Widower Filer in 2018 is $ 1,300.00

Alabama Residents State Income Tax Tables for Widower Filers in 2018
Personal Income Tax Rates and Thresholds (Annual)
Tax RateTaxable Income Threshold
10%Income from $ 0.000.00to $ 19,050.00
12%Income from $ 19,050.01 to $ 77,400.00
22%Income from $ 77,400.01 to $ 165,000.00
24%Income from $ 165,000.01 to $ 315,000.00
32%Income from $ 315,000.01 to $ 400,000.00
35%Income from $ 400,000.01 to $ 600,000.00
37%Income from $ 600,000.01 and above

Alabama: Federal EITC(Earned Income Tax Credits) Rates and Thresholds in 2018

Note: you must be between the ages of 25 and 65 to claim EITC in 2018 unless you have 1 or more children.

EITC Tables for Unmarried Taxpayers (single and head of household filers) in 2018
ElementNumber of Children
0123
Credit rate7.65%34%40%45%
Earned income amount$ 6,780.00$ 10,180.00$ 14,290.00$ 14,290.00
Maximum credit amount$ 519.00$ 3,461.00$ 5,716.00$ 6,431.00
Phaseout amount threshold$ 8,490.00$ 18,660.00$ 18,660.00$ 18,660.00
7.65%15.98%21.06%21.06%
EITC Tables for Married taxpayers (married filing jointly, Qualifying Widow(er)) in 2018
ElementNumber of Children
0123
Credit rate7.65%34%40%45%
Earned income amount$ 7,840.00$ 11,750.00$ 16,510.00$ 16,510.00
Maximum credit amount$ 519.00$ 3,461.00$ 5,716.00$ 6,431.00
Phaseout amount threshold$ 14,290.00$ 18,660.00$ 18,660.00$ 18,660.00
Phaseout rate7.65%15.98%21.06%21.06%

Alabama: Federal FICA Rates in 2018

Alabama Social Security in 2018: Rates for Employers and Employees
Social security categoryEmployeeEmployerTotal
Social Security6.2%6.2%12.4%
Medicare1.45%1.45%2.9%
Additional Medicare0.9%0%0.9%
Federal Unemployment Taxes (FUTA)0%6%6%
Alabama Social Security in 2018: Earnings Thresholds for Employers and Employees
Social security categoryEmployeeEmployer
Min.Max.Min.Max.
Social Securityn/a$ 128,400.00n/a$ 128,400.00
Medicaren/an/an/an/a
Additional Medicare$ 200,000.00n/an/an/a
Federal Unemployment Taxes (FUTA)n/an/an/a$ 7,000.00

Alabama: Federal Retirement Plan Thresholds in 2018

Federal Retirement Plan Types and Thresholds in 2018
Retirment Plan typeStandardOver 50 Catch Up
401(k), 403(b), SARSEP, and 457 plans$ 18,500.00$ 6,000.00
SIMPLE plans$ 12,500.00$ 3,000.00

2018 Tax Calculator for Alabama

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Historic Tax Tables supported for Alabama

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