Calculation of Wisconsin Income Tax
Tables For Tax Year 2012
- Single, Head of Household, or Fiduciaries
- Wisconsin taxable income under $100,000:
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $20 of taxable income in first bracket has a tax of –0–.
- $20 - $40 of taxable income in second bracket has a tax of $1.
- $40 - $100 of taxable income in third bracket has a tax of $3.
- Apply the following rates to that midpoint:
Taxable Income
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Less ThanTax Computation $ 0 $ 10,570 4.60% of excess over $0 $ 10,570 $ 21,130 $486.22 plus 6.15% of excess over $10,570 $ 21,130 $ 100,000 $1,135.66 plus 6.50% of excess over $21,130
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets with the following exceptions:
- Wisconsin taxable income of $100,000 or over, apply the following rates:
Taxable Income
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Less ThanTax Computation $ 100,000 $ 158,500 $6,262.21 plus 6.50% of excess over $100,000 $ 158,500 $ 232,660 $10,064.71 plus 6.75% of excess over $158,500 $ 232,660 or over $15,070.51 plus 7.75% of excess over $232,660
- Wisconsin taxable income under $100,000:
- Married Filing Jointly
- Wisconsin taxable income under $100,000:
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $20 of taxable income in first bracket has a tax of –0–.
- $20 - $40 of taxable income in second bracket has a tax of $1.
- $40 - $100 of taxable income in third bracket has a tax of $3.
- Apply the following rates to that midpoint:
Taxable Income
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Less ThanTax Computation $ 0 $ 14,090 4.60% of excess over $0 $ 14,090 $ 28,180 $648.14 plus 6.15% of excess over $14,090 $ 28,180 $ 100,000 $1,514.68 plus 6.50% of excess over $28,180
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets with the following exceptions:
- Wisconsin taxable income of $100,000 or over, apply the following rates:
Taxable Income
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Less ThanTax Computation $ 100,000 $ 211,330 $6,182.98 plus 6.50% of excess over $100,000 $ 211,330 $ 310,210 $13,419.43 plus 6.75% of excess over $211,330 $ 310,210 or over $20,093.83 plus 7.75% of excess over $310,210
- Wisconsin taxable income under $100,000:
- Married Filing Separately
- Wisconsin taxable income under $100,000:
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $20 of taxable income in first bracket has a tax of –0–.
- $20 - $40 of taxable income in second bracket has a tax of $1.
- $40 - $100 of taxable income in third bracket has a tax of $3.
- Apply the following rates to that midpoint:
Taxable Income
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Less ThanTax Computation $ 0 $ 7,040 4.60% of excess over $0 $ 7,040 $ 14,090 $323.84 plus 6.15% of excess over $7,040 $ 14,090 $ 100,000 $757.42 plus 6.50% of excess over $14,090
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets with the following exceptions:
- Wisconsin taxable income of $100,000 or over, apply the following rates:
Taxable Income
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Less ThanTax Computation $ 100,000 $ 105,660 $6,341.57 plus 6.50% of excess over $100,000 $ 105,660 $ 155,110 $6,709.47 plus 6.75% of excess over $105,660 $ 155,110 or over $10,047.34 plus 7.75% of excess over $155,110
- Wisconsin taxable income under $100,000:
Calculation of Wisconsin Standard Deduction Tables
For Tax Year 2012
- Single
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $9,380 of Wisconsin income in first bracket has a standard deduction of $9,760.
- $9,380 - $9,500 of Wisconsin income in second bracket has a standard deduction of $9,760.
- $108,500- $108,637 in last bracket has a standard deduction of $0.
- Determine the standard deduction for that midpoint as follows:
Wisconsin Income
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Less ThanStandard Deduction $ 0 $ 14,070 $9,760 $ 14,070 $ 95,403 $9,760 less 12% of excess over $14,070 $ 95,403 or over $0
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- For Wisconsin income of $108,637 or over, the standard deduction is $0. (Note: The standard deduction table continues to $108,637 even though the standard deduction is $0 for single persons beginning with the $95,500 - $96,000 bracket.)
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
- Married Filing Jointly
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $9,380 of Wisconsin income in first bracket has a standard deduction of $17,580.
- $9,380 - $9,500 of Wisconsin income in second bracket has a standard deduction of $17,580.
- $108,500 - $108,637 in last bracket has a standard deduction of $13.
- Determine the standard deduction for that midpoint as follows:
Wisconsin Income
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Less ThanStandard Deduction $ 0 $ 19,750 $17,580 $ 19,750 $ 108,637 $17,580 less 19.778% of excess over $19,750 $ 108,637 or over $0
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- For Wisconsin income of $108,637 or over, the standard deduction is $0.
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
- Married Filing Separately
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $9,380 of Wisconsin income in first bracket has a standard deduction of $8,350
- $9,380 - $9,500 of Wisconsin income in second bracket has a standard deduction of $8,338.
- $108,500 - $108,637 in last bracket has a standard deduction of $0.
- Determine the standard deduction for that midpoint as follows:
Wisconsin Income
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Less ThanStandard Deduction $ 0 $ 9,380 $8,350 $ 9,380 $ 51,599 $8,350 less 19.778% of excess over $9,380 $ 51,599 or over $0
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- For Wisconsin income of $108,637 or over, the standard deduction is $0. (Note: The standard deduction table continues to $108,637 even though the standard deduction is $0 for married persons filing separately beginning with the $51,500 - $52,000 bracket.)
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
- Head of Household
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $9,380 of Wisconsin income in first bracket has a standard deduction of $12,610.
- $9,380 - $9,500 of Wisconsin income in second bracket has a standard deduction of $12,610.
- $108,500 - $108,637 in last bracket has a standard deduction of $0.
- Determine the standard deduction for that midpoint as follows:
Wisconsin Income
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Less ThanStandard Deduction $ 0 $ 14,070 $12,610 $ 14,070 $ 41,175 $12,610 less 22.515% of excess over $14,070 $ 41,175 $ 95,403 $9,760 less 12% of excess over $14,070 $ 95,403 or over $0
- Determine midpoint of $500 brackets with the following exceptions:
- For Wisconsin income of $108,637 or over, the standard deduction is $0. (Note: The standard deduction table continues to $108,637 even though the standard deduction is $0 for head of household beginning with the $95,500 - $96,000 bracket.)
- Wisconsin income under $108,637:
Calculation of Wisconsin School Property Tax Credit Tables
For Tax Year 2012
Note: These tables have not changed from the 2011 version.
- Homeowner's School Property Tax Credit Table
- Property tax paid of less than $2,500:
- Determine midpoint of $25 brackets ($1 - $25 of property tax paid in first bracket has a credit of $2).
- Multiply the midpoint by 0.12.
- For property tax paid of $2,500 or more, the credit is $300.
- Property tax paid of less than $2,500:
- Renter's School Property Tax Credit Table
- If heat included in rent:
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets ($1 - $100 of rent paid in first bracket has a credit of $1).
- Multiply the midpoint by 0.024.
- For rent paid of $12,500 or more, the credit is $300.
- If heat not included in rent:
- Determine midpoint of $100 brackets ($1 - $100 of rent paid in first bracket has a credit of $2).
- Multiply the midpoint by 0.03.
- For rent paid of $10,000 or more, the credit is $300.
- If heat included in rent:
Calculation of Wisconsin Homestead Credit Tables A and B
For Tax Year 2012
Note: These tables have not changed from the 2011 version.
- Table A
- Determine midpoint of $115 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $8,060 of household income in first bracket has a Table A amount of $0.
- $24,620 - $24,680 of household income in second-to-last bracket has a Table A amount of $1,457.
- $24,680 or more of household income in last bracket has a Table A amount of $1,460.
- Determine the Table A amount for that midpoint as follows:
[Midpoint - $8,060] X .0878459
- Determine midpoint of $115 brackets with the following exceptions:
- Table B
- Determine the midpoint of $10 brackets with the following exceptions:
- $0 - $.01 in first bracket has a Table B amount of $0.
- $.01 - $10 in second bracket has a Table B amount of $10.
- $1,460 or more in last bracket has a Table B amount of $1,168.
- Determine the Table B amount for that midpoint by multiplying the midpoint by 80% (.80).
- Determine the midpoint of $10 brackets with the following exceptions:
July 6, 2012
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