Unsurprisingly, the first step in tax-efficient money management is knowing exactly what your tax rates are going to be. For 2024, the IRS announced tax brackets that are about 5.4% higher than 2023. All else being equal, these more generous brackets should slightly lower your tax bill over the coming year. To find out exactly where you might fall on this new scale, please find the updated IRS tables below:
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