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Old 10-28-2008, 11:32 AM
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IRS increases the tax-bracket thresholds for each filing status for tax year 2009.

The IRS has announced an increase in the Tax-bracket thresholds for each filing status. The IRS has stated that "for a married couple filing a joint return, for example, the taxable-income threshold separating the 15-percent bracket from the 25-percent bracket is $67,900, up from $65,100 in 2008."

These increases in the Tax-bracket thresholds in 2009 are as a result of the Inflation Adjustment.

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