What is my Vermont tax bracket 2013 – 2014?
Single Tax Brackets
For earnings between $0.00 and $36,250, you’ll pay 3.55%
For earnings between $36,250.00 and $87,850, you’ll pay 6.80% plus $1,286.87
For earnings between $87,850.00 and $183,250, you’ll pay 7.80% plus $4,795.68
For earnings between $183,250.00 and $398,350, you’ll pay 8.80% plus $12,236.88
For earnings over $398,350.00, you’ll pay 8.95% plus $31,165.68
Couples Tax Brackets
For earnings between $0.00 and $60,550, you’ll pay 3.55%
For earnings between $60,550.00 and $146,400, you’ll pay 6.80% plus $2,149.52
For earnings between $146,400.00 and $223,050, you’ll pay 7.80% plus $7,987.33
For earnings between $223,050.00 and $398,350, you’ll pay 8.80% plus $13,966.03
For earnings over $398,350.00, you’ll pay 8.95% plus $29,392.43
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Form IN-111, Form IN-112, Form IN-113, Form IN-114, Form IN-116, Form IN-117, Form IN-119, Form HS-131, Form HS-145, Form PR-141, Form HI-144, Form IN-153, Form IN-154, Form 8879-VT
Non-Residential Tax Rates
For 2011 tax year (FY2012), the base tax rate for non-residential property is $1.36. It is adjusted by the town’s common level of appraisal (CLA).
Non Residential Tax Rate = Base Rate / CLA
Your town’s CLA is located on the homestead education tax information sheet available on the town-specific homestead specify reports below.
Homestead Tax Rates
The Homestead Education Rates is based in part on the education expenditure per equalized pupil of all the pupils residing in your town. Many town districts are also members of union school districts. Each town and union school district will have a tax rate based on its spending per pupil. For towns with various school districts, the tax rate is a combination of those rates.
Filing Your Vermont Taxes 2013 – 2014
It is tax season again – or for some new workers it’s a brand-new thing. Figuring out and filing your tax forms can be intimidating – but there is help. Here you will find answers, forms and more that will make your paperwork easier, faster and, one hopes, less stressful. The information below will help you determine your residency status, find the correct forms and give you other information you need to get started.
Vermont state income tax returns for 2013 are due April 15.
Vermont Tax Forms Filing 2013 – 2014
Form IN-151 – Application for Extension of Time to File Individual Income Tax Return
Schedule HI-144 – Household Income Schedule
Schedule IN-112 – Tax Adjustment and Credits Schedule
Schedule IN-113 – Income Adjustment Schedule
Schedule IN-119 – Tax Credits Schedule
Form IN-111 – Individual Income Tax Return
Form IN-152 – Underpayment Estimated Individual Income Tax
VT Tax Booklet – Vermont Income Tax Return Booklet