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2017 Maine Quick Tax Facts


Maine Tax Rates

For tax years beginning in 2017, the top tax rate bracket threshold is: $50,000 for single filers and married persons filing separate returns; $75,000 for head of household filers; and, $100,000 for married taxpayers filing joint returns and surviving spouses.

Maine Tax rates are: 5.8%, 6.75% and 7.15%

Maine Personal Exemption amount: $4,050

Maine Standard Deduction

Maine standard deduction base amounts: $11,600 single or married filing separately;

$17,400 head of household;

$23,200 married filing jointly or qualifying widow(er).

Additional amount for age and/or blindness:

$1,550 unmarried;

$1,250 married.

Maine itemized deductions are limited to $28,600, except medical expenses are not subject to the limit.

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