State Tax Tables for RIT Allowance

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State Tax Tables for RIT Allowance(Formerly Appendix B to FTR Part 302-17)State Marginal Tax Rates by Earned Income Level—Tax Year 2017Use the following table to compute the RIT allowance for state taxes, as prescribed in §302-17.8(e)(2), (FTR prior to January 1, 2015 – federaltravelregulation - FTR and Related Files) on taxable reimbursements received during calendar year 2017. The rates on the first line for each state are for employees who are married and file jointly; if there is a second line for a state, it displays the rates for employees who file as single. For additional information, such as state rates for other filing statuses, please see 2018 State Tax Handbook, pp. 261-277, CCH, Inc., tax rates (stated in percentages) for the earned income amounts specified in each column.1,2,3State (or District)$20,000-$24,999$25,000-$49,999$50,000-$74,999$75,000 & Over 4Alabama5.005.005.005.00Arizona2.882.883.363.36 If single status, married filing separately52.883.364.244.24Arkansas6.00 6.906.906.90California 2.004.006.008.00 If single status, married filing separately54.008.009.309.30Colorado4.634.634.634.63Connecticut 5.005.005.005.00 If single status, married filing separately55.005.005.505.50Delaware 5.205.556.606.60District of Columbia6.006.508.508.50Georgia 6.006.006.006.00Hawaii 6.407.207.608.25 If single status, married filing separately57.607.908.258.25Idaho 7.407.407.407.40Illinois 4.954.954.954.95Indiana 3.233.233.233.23Iowa 6.486.807.928.98Kansas 2.904.905.205.20 If single status, married filing separately54.905.205.205.20Kentucky 5.805.805.806.00Louisiana 2.004.004.004.00 If single status, married filing separately54.004.006.006.00Maine 5.806.756.756.75 If single status, married filing separately56.756.757.157.15Maryland4.754.754.754.75Massachusetts 5.105.105.105.10Michigan 4.254.254.254.25Minnesota 5.357.057.057.05 If single status, married filing separately55.357.057.057.85Mississippi5.005.005.005.00Missouri6.006.006.006.00Montana 6.906.906.906.90Nebraska 3.515.016.846.84 If single status, married filing separately55.016.846.846.84New Jersey 1.751.752.455.525 If single status, married filing separately51.755.5255.5256.37New Mexico 4.904.904.904.90New York 5.256.456.456.45 If single status, married filing separately56.456.456.456.65North Carolina 5.4995.4995.4995.499North Dakota 1.101.102.042.04 If single status, married filing separately51.102.042.042.27Ohio 2.9693.4653.4653.96Oklahoma 5.005.005.005.00Oregon 9.009.009.009.00Pennsylvania 3.073.073.073.07Rhode Island3.753.754.754.75South Carolina 7.007.007.007.00Utah5.005.005.005.00Vermont 3.553.556.806.80 If single status, married filing separately53.556.806.807.80Virginia 5.755.755.755.75West Virginia 4.006.006.506.50 If married filing separately66.006.506.506.50Wisconsin 6.276.276.276.27[The above table/column headings established by IRS.]Note: The following states do not have a state income tax: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.? Earned income amounts that fall between the income brackets shown in this table (e.g., $24,999.45, $49,999.75) should be rounded to the nearest dollar to determine the marginal tax rate to be used in calculating the RIT allowance.? If the earned income amount is less than the lowest income bracket shown in this table, the employing agency shall establish an appropriate marginal tax rate as provided in §302-17.8(e)(2)(ii) (FTR prior to January 1, 2015 – federaltravelregulation - FTR and Related Files).3 If two or more marginal tax rates of a state overlap an income bracket shown in this table, then the highest of the two or more state marginal tax rates is shown for that entire income bracket. For more specific information, see 2018 State Tax Handbook, pp.261-277, CCH, Inc., This is an estimate. For earnings over $100,000, and for filing statuses other than those above, please consult actual tax tables. See 2018 State Tax Handbook, pp. 261-277, CCH, Inc., This rate applies only to those individuals certifying that they will file under a single or married filing separately status within the states where they will pay income taxes.6 This rate applies only to those individuals certifying that they will file married filing separately status within the states where they will pay income taxes. ................
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