2016


$5,500
$18,000
$18,000
$12,500
$18,000


$53,000
$210,000


$120,000

Lifetime gift tax exemption

Annual gift tax exclusion

  Gifts per person

  Joint gifts by spouse

Top gift tax rate




12 months or less
More than 12 months
Depreciation recapture on real estate
Collectibles and certain small bus. stock
Qualified Dividend Income

   Filers in top tax bracket

   Filers in middle tax brackets

   Filers in lowest two tax brackets

Medicare surtax on investment income for higher-income filers



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Holding Period

2017


$5,500
$18,000
$18,000
$12,500
$18,000

$54,000
$215,000

$120,000

STANDARD MILEAGE RATES



10%
15%
25%
28%

33%
35%
39.6%

TAX FACTS

Single

2017


.535
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.17

Head of Household



$50,000
$75,000
$100,000
$335,000

$10,000,000
$15,000,000

$18,333,333
above

RETIREMENT PLANS

2017


$4,050*

CAPITAL GAINS – 2016 & 2017

2017


$5,490,000

$14,000

$28,000
40%



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$6,000
$3,000
$1,000

MFJ

Single

Head of Household

MFS

Additional Blind or Elderly

Single

Married

2017 ROTH IRA CONTRIBUTION PHASEOUTS



$0

$18,650

$75,900

$153,100

$233,350

$416,700

$470,700

ESTATE AND GIFT TAXES

Business

Charitable

Medical & Moving


All numbers are in cents per mile.

Modified AGI (MAGI) phaseout ranges for ROTH contributions:

2016


.54
.14
.19

2017 CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATES



$13,350
$50,800
$131,200
$212,500

$416,700
$444,500
above

PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS

Single, Head of Household

                                                     MAGI                               Deduction

Not covered by qualified         Any Amount                    Full Deduction 

retirement plan:


Covered by qualified                $62,000 or less                Full Deduction

retirement plan:                       $62,001 - 71,999             Partial Deduction

                                                   $72,000 or more             No deduction                                                         

                                                        

Married Filing Jointly


Neither spouse covered           Any Amount                   Full Deduction

by qualified retirement

plan: 


Both spouses covered by        $99,000 or less               Full Deduction

qualified retirement plan:       $99,001 - $118,999        Partial Deduction

                                                   $119,000 or more          No Deduction


One spouse covered - for        $99,000 or less               Full Deduction

covered spouse:                       $99,001 - $118,999        Partial Deduction

                                                   $119,000 or more          No Deduction


One spouse covered - for        $186,000 or less             Full Deduction 

non-covered spouse:               $186,001 - $195,999      Partial Deduction

                                                   $196,000 or more           No Deduction

401(k) type plans

SIMPLE's

IRA's

Married Filing Separately

FICA taxable wage base
  Social security 6.2% for employees
  and employers
Medicare 1.45% for employees and
  employers
Additional Medicare employee portion for employees:  

   Single paid in excess of $200,000
   Married filing joint paid in excess of
   $250,000
   Married filing separately paid in
   excess of $125,000



$0

$13,350

$50,800

$131,200

$212,500

$416,700

$444,550

STANDARD DEDUCTION

If Taxable Income Is Between:

Age 50 and over additional

contributions:



$18,650
$75,900
$153,100
$233,350

$416,700
$470,700
above



10%
15%
25%
28%

33%
35%
39.6%

Estate tax exemption

Applicable credit amount


Top Estate Tax Rate

Married Filing Joint

PAYROLL TAXES



$9,325
$37,950
$76,550
$116,675

$208,350
$235,350
above

Gift Tax

2016


39.6%
20%
25%
28%



20%
15%
 0%


3.8%

If Taxable Income Is Between:

2017 INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RATES

2016


$5,450,000


$14,000
$28,000

40%




15%
25%
34%
39%

34%
35%
38%

35%

2016


$4, 050*



$0

$9,325

$37,950

$76,550

$116,675

$208,350

$235,350

Corporations



$9,325
$37,950
$91,900
$191,650

$416,700
$418,400
above

*This will be phased out by 2% for higher income filers

2016



$118,500


no limit




0.9%

0.9%


0.9%


Estate Tax

Use

2017


$5,490,000
N/A

40%




$0

$9,325

$37,950

$91,900

$191,650

$416,700

$418,400

Married Filing Jointly                                        $186,000 - $196,000

Single, Head of Household                             $118,000 - $133,000

Married Filing Separately                                           $0  -   $10,000





$6,000
$3,000
$1,000

Type of Plan

If Taxable Income Is Between:

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Top Capital Gains Rates



10%
15%
25%
28%

33%
35%
39.6%



$0

$50,001

$75,001

$100,001

$335,001

$10,000,001

$15,000,001

$18,333,334

2017


39.6%
20%
25%
28%



20%
15%
 0%


3.8%

If Taxable Income Is Between:

2017



$127,200


no limit




0.9%

0.9%


0.9%


Deduction for each taxpayer

spouse and dependent.



2016


$12,600
$6,300
$9,300
$6,300

$1,550
$1,250




10%
15%
25%
28%

33%
35%
39.6%

IRA's

Section 401(k)

Section 403(b)

Section 408(p)(2)(E) Simple

Section 457(b)(2) limit

Section 415 limit for:

  Defined contribution plans

  Defined benefit plans

Highly compensated employees:

Section 414(q)

If Taxable Income Is Between:

2017


$12,700
$6,350
$9,350
$6,350

$1,550
$1,200



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2017 TRADITIONAL IRA DEDUCTIBILITY

Accountant Sioux Falls

2016


$5,450,000
     N/A

40%