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If I’m not employed collecting unemployment worth $21k per year. Also, I earn money trading stock options with an annual income of $200k per year, what tax bracket will I be in?
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Based on the information you've provided, your total annual income would be $221,000 ($21,000 from unemployment and $200,000 from stock options trading). Assuming you're single and filing taxes for the 2022 tax year, your tax bracket would be as follows: - 10% on income up to $10,275 - 12% on income between $10,276 and $41,775 - 22% on income between $41,776 and $89,075 - 24% on income between $89,076 and $170,050 - 32% on income between $170,051 and $221,000 Please note that these tax brackets are for federal income tax only and your actual tax liability may vary depending on your specific situation, deductions, and credits.
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