Washington State Income Tax
Tax Year 2014
Washington Income Tax Table
|Tax Bracket (Single) ||Tax Bracket (Couple) ||Marginal Tax Rate|
Note: Washington has no state income tax. Only the Federal Income Tax applies.
Washington is one of seven states that do not collect a personal income tax. However, revenue lost to Washington by not having a personal income tax may be made up through other state-level taxes, such as the Washington sales tax and the Washington property tax.
While Washington collects no personal income tax, it does levy a Business & Occupation Tax on the gross receipts of almost all businesses located in the state. The tax amount varies by industry.
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- Our state ranking and income tax figures are based on a family of four (married parents with two children) earning the national median household income of $50,000 per year. Deductions and personal exemptions are taken into account, but some state-specific deductions and tax credit programs may not be accounted for.
- Before the official 2017 Washington income tax rates are released, provisional 2017 tax rates are based on Washington's 2016 income tax brackets.
- The 2017 state personal income tax brackets are updated from the Washington and Tax Foundation data.
- Washington tax forms are sourced from the Washington income tax forms page, and are updated on a yearly basis. Please make sure the Washington forms you are using are up-to-date.