Wage income

Healthcare insurance

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$0.00
Your yearly disposable income would be unchanged
with a Sanders tax plan.

Current

Income bracket Tax
Lower limit Upper limit Rate Amount
$0 – $18,450 10% $0
$18,451 – $74,900 15% $0
$74,901 – $151,200 25% $0
$151,201 – $230,450 28% $0
$230,451 – $411,500 33% $0
$411,501 – $464,850 35% $0
$464,851 – 39.6% $0
 
 
$0
Wage income + $0
Income tax $0
Healthcare insurance premium $0
Disposable income = $0
Effective tax rate 0%

Bernie's proposal

Income bracket Tax
Lower limit Upper limit Rate Amount
$0 – $18,450 10% $0
$18,451 – $74,900 15% $0
$74,901 – $151,200 25% $0
$151,201 – $230,450 28% $0
$230,451 – $250,000 33% $0
$250,001 – $500,000 37% $0
$500,001 – $2,000,000 43% $0
$2,000,001 – $10,000,000 48% $0
$10,000,001 – 52% $0
$0
Wage income + $0
Income tax $0
"Medicare For All" 2.2% flat tax[1] $0
Disposable income = $0
Effective tax rate 0%
  1. This year, a family of four taking the standard deduction can have income up to $28,800 and not pay this tax under this plan.

– But what about employers, capital gains, family leave, ...etc? ”

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Bernie's tax brackets are extrapolated from preliminary numbers released on berniesanders.com. These will likely change.