Georgia Single Tax Brackets
Tax Year: 2018 | Due Date: April 15, 2019
The Georgia Single filing status tax brackets are shown in the table below. These income tax brackets and rates apply to Georgia taxable income earned January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018.
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Residents of Georgia are also subject to federal income tax rates, and must generally file a federal income tax return by April 15, 2019. Read the Georgia income tax tables for Single filers published inside the Form GA-500 Instructions booklet for more information.
What is the Georgia Single income tax filing status?
There are five filing status available to Georgia state taxpayers: Single, Married Filing Jointly, Married Filing Separately, Head of Household, and Qualifying Widow. These five filing status are visible as check boxes on both the IRS Form 1040 and the Georgia Form GA-500.
Single is the filing type you select if you are not married, do not have children, and have no dependants for example. Filing as Single generally results in paying higher federal and Georgia state income tax rates compared to the other four filing statuses.
Single status tax payers in most states have a relatively lower standard deduction and fewer family oriented credits available to reduce their income tax liability.
Last updated: January 15, 2019