|$0+ ||$0+ ||1.70%|
|$5,500+ ||$8,000+ ||3.20%|
|$11,000+ ||$16,000+ ||4.70%|
|$16,000+ ||$24,000+ ||4.90%|
Some states, including New Mexico, increase, but don't double, all or some bracket widths for joint married filers. You are required to file a New Mexico tax return if the IRS requires you to file a federal tax return.
New Mexico State Income Tax Deductions
Income tax deductions are expenses that can be deducted from your gross pre-tax income before determining your taxable income.
New Mexico Standard Deduction
The New Mexico standard deduction is $6,200.00 for individuals and $12,400.00 for married couples filing jointly. The standard deduction may be chosen instead of filing an itemized deduction on your New Mexico tax return.
New Mexico Personal Exemptions
New Mexico's personal income tax exemptions include a personal exemption of $3,900.00. You can deduct one single exemption from your gross income if you are responsible for supporting yourself financially.
New Mexico Dependent Deduction
New Mexico has a dependent exemption of $3,900.00. You may claim one dependent exemption for each of the children, relatives, or others who live with and are supported by you as described § 152 of the IRC (Internal Revenue Code).
New Mexico Itemized Deductions
New Mexico allows itemized deductions, and you can claim the same itemized deductions on your New Mexico tax return as you do on your Federal tax return. You must choose between itemizing your deductions and choosing the New Mexico standard deduction, so it's generally only worth itemizing your deductions if your itemized total is more then the New Mexico and Federal standard deductions.
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