New Jersey (NJ) Tax Rate
While federal tax rates apply to every taxpayer, state income taxes vary by state. Some states have a flat tax rate, marginal tax rate, or don’t have any state taxes at all. New Jersey operates as a progressive tax system, meaning the rate goes up or down based on your adjusted gross income.
What Are the NJ Tax Brackets?
The NJ tax brackets vary between 1.4% and 10.75%, depending on your filing status and adjusted gross income. The tax brackets are as follows:
This applies to the following filing statuses:
- Married Filing Jointly
- Married Filing Separately
- Head of Household
Reference tax rate tables for the New Jersey tax rates from the New Jersey Department of Taxation.
Single Filing Status:
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Married Filing Status:
Head of Household:
For the Married Filing Jointly and Head of Household filing statuses, an eighth tax rate and income tax bracket appears.
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