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Connecticut Income Tax Table Connecticut Income Tax Brackets (Tax Year 2015)
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Tax Year 2015 / Filed April 2016

Connecticut - 2016 Single Tax Brackets
Tax Bracket Tax Rate
$0.00+ 3%
$10,000.00+ 5%
$50,000.00+ 5.5%
$100,000.00+ 6%
$200,000.00+ 6.5%
$250,000.00+ 6.9%
$500,000.00+ 6.99%
Connecticut - 2016 Married Filing Jointly Tax Brackets
Tax Bracket Tax Rate
$0.00+ 3%
$20,000.00+ 5%
$100,000.00+ 5.5%
$200,000.00+ 6%
$400,000.00+ 6.5%
$500,000.00+ 6.9%
$1,000,000.00+ 6.99%

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This page shows Tax-Brackets.org's archived Connecticut tax brackets for tax year 2016. This means that these brackets applied to all income earned in 2015, and the tax return that uses these tax rates was due in April 2016.

Both Connecticut's tax brackets and the associated tax rates were last changed two years prior to 2016 in 2014.

The current tax year is 2018, and the Connecticut income tax brackets have not been changed since 2016.

2016 Connecticut Tax Deduction Amounts

Tax-Brackets.org also maintains an archive of important Connecticut income tax exemption amounts, including the Connecticut Standard Deduction, the Connecticut Personal Exemption, and the Connecticut Dependent Deduction. The values of these deductions for tax year 2016 are as follows:

Standard Deduction (Single) Standard Deduction (MFJ) Personal Exemption Dependant Exemption
$0.00 $0.00 $15,000.00 * $0.00 *

* Note: In Connecticut, personal / dependent exemptions are treated as income tax credits rather than tax deductions.

Connecticut Income Tax Table 2016 Sources & Citations

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Tax Data Sources:

  1. The Connecticut tax brackets on this page sourced from the Connecticut Department of Revenue in 2016. Please contact us if any of our Connecticut tax data is incorrect or out of date.

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