Kansas Tax Brackets

Posted on Jan 29, 2014 | Comments Off

Kansas Tax Brackets

Kansas State Tax Rates and Brackets

Single Tax Brackets

For earnings between $0.00 and $15,000, you’ll pay 3.00%

For earnings over $15,000.00, you’ll pay 4.90% plus $450.00

Couples Tax Brackets

For earnings between $0.00 and $30,000, you’ll pay 3.00%

For earnings over $30,000.00, you’ll pay 4.90% plus $900.00

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Kansas State Tax Forms Filing 2013 – 2014

Form K-30    Angel Investor Credit

Form K-31           Kansas Center for Entrepreneurship Credit

Form K-40           Kansas Individual Income Tax and/or Food Sales Tax Refund

Form K-40ES       Individual Estimated Income Tax Voucher

Form K-40H/PT Homestead Claim/Property Tax Relief Claim

Form K-88           Owners Promoting Employment Across Kansas Credit (PEAK)

Form KS               Other State Credit Worksheets

Form 200             Local Intangibles Tax Return

Schedule DIS      Certificate of Disability

Schedule RNT    Certification of Rent Paid

Schedule S          Modifications to Fed AGI (Parts A and B)

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Overview of the Kansas 529 Learning Quest Income Tax Deduction:

Kansas residents contributing to the Kansas 529 Learning Quest Plan receive a state income tax deduction of $3,000 per beneficiary. If a Kansas resident contributes on behalf of multiple beneficiaries (children), they are entitled to multiple deductions, up to the limit of $3,000 per child.

Couples filing jointly may each claim the deduction separately, effectively doubling the amount joint taxpayers can contribute and still receive the deduction. For example, if a married couple has two children, each parent may deduct contributions of up to $3,000 per child, for a possible total deduction of $12,000 (2 children x $3000 maximum deduction x 2 parents).

The Kansas 529 Learning Quest deduction is actually an “above the line” income adjustment, meaning residents can claim it even if they do not itemize their other deductions (opting for the standard deduction).

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