Texas State Income Tax
Tax Year 2014
Texas Income Tax Table
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Note: Texas has no state income tax. Only the Federal Income Tax applies.
Texas is one of seven states that do not collect a personal income tax. However, revenue lost to Texas by not having a personal income tax may be made up through other state-level taxes, such as the Texas sales tax and the Texas property tax.
Texas has never had a personal income tax, and restrictions in Article 8 of the the Texas State Constitution place severe limitations on any potential state income tax collected in the future. An income tax can only be enacted by public vote, and any income tax proceeds must be used to reduce the Texas property tax.
As of 2007, Texas generates supplemental tax revenue through a corporate gross receipts tax.
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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 Texas income tax rates are released, provisional 2017 tax rates are based on Texas' 2016 income tax brackets.
- The 2017 state personal income tax brackets are updated from the Texas and Tax Foundation data.
- Texas tax forms are sourced from the Texas income tax forms page, and are updated on a yearly basis. Please make sure the Texas forms you are using are up-to-date.