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Find the most recent items which have been added to the Tax Stats website concerning Individual Tax Statistics.


 

2011 Individual Income Tax ZIP Code and County Data
United States’ ZIP code and county data for Tax Year 2011 are now available on Tax Stats. The data present selected income and tax return items by State, ZIP code, county, and size of adjusted gross income. These data are based on individual income tax returns filed with the IRS. 
(February, 2014)

2011 Individual Income Tax Estimated Data Line Counts
The 2011 Statistics of Income (SOI) estimated data line counts publication indicates the estimates of frequencies of the entries on the lines of the forms and schedules filed with individual tax returns as shown on the 2011 Individual SOI Complete Report file. It is based on returns that were sampled statistically and then weighted to estimate the entire 2011 Tax Year population. The publication includes corresponding dollar amounts of selected lines filed in concurrence with the number of returns filed.
(December 2013)
 

Tax Year 201-2011 Individual Income Tax Return Statistics by Selected Descending and Ascending Cumulative Percentiles
Tax Year 2001-2011 individual income tax return statistics by selected descending and ascending cumulative percentiles are now available.  These updated tables show historical statistics from 2001 through 2011 on income and tax by cumulative percentiles based on numbers of returns.  The tables show distributions of adjusted gross income (AGI) and total income tax, as defined for each tax year, by descending and ascending cumulative percentiles of returns in both current and constant dollars.  They can be used to make comparisons across cumulative percentile classes beginning with Tax Year 2001.  This release is based on all individual income tax returns except returns of dependents.
(December 2013)
 

SOI Tax Stats - Individual Information Return Form W-2 Statistics
This section contains articles and statistical tables on individual income taxpayers with amounts found on Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement. The statistical tables provide detailed information about individual wages, tax withholding, elective deferral contributions, and retirement plan participation.
 

Publication 1304, Individual Income Tax Returns, 2011 (pdf)
This report contains data for Tax Year 2011 on sources of income, adjusted gross income, exemptions, deductions, taxable income, income tax, modified income tax, tax credits, self-employment tax, and tax payments. Classifications are by tax status, size of adjusted gross income, marital status, age, and type of tax computation.
(August 2013)

High-Income Tax Returns, Tax Year 2010 (pdf)
For 2010, there were 4,296,307 individual income tax returns reporting adjusted gross income (AGI) of $200,000 or more, and 4,347,756 with expanded incomes of $200,000 or more. These returns represent, respectively, 3.007 percent and 3.043 percent of all returns for the year. Based on expanded income and measured in current-year dollars, the number of high-income returns for 2010 was 64.3 times the number for 1977. When measured in 1976 constant dollars, the number of high-income returns was only 7.4 times the number for 1977. In constant dollars, the share of high-expanded income income returns rose to 0.304 percent from 0.273 percent in 2009. 
Article in Spring 2013 Bulletin
(May 2013)

Sales of Capital Assets, 2008-2009 (pdf)
Of the 142.9 million individual tax returns filed in tax year 2010, 84.5 million (or 59.1 percent) were classified as taxable returns or returns with a total income tax greater than $0. Adjusted gross income (AGI) for taxable returns was nearly $7.25 trillion, and total income tax was $952 billion.
Article in Spring 2013 Bulletin
(May 2013)

Individual Noncash Contributions, Tax Year 2010 (pdf)
For tax year 2010, 7.3 million individual taxpayers reported a total of $34.9 billion in deductions for noncash charitable contributions.
Article in Winter 2013 Bulletin
(March 2013)

Individual Income Tax Returns, Preliminary Data Tax Year 2011 (pdf)
For Tax Year 2011, taxpayers filed 145.6 million U.S. individual income tax returns, an increase of 1.9 percent from the 142.9 million returns filed for Tax Year 2010. Continuing the trend from Tax Year 2010, adjusted gross income (AGI) and several other notable items increased in 2011.
Article in Winter 2013 Bulletin
(March 2013)

Individual Income Tax Rates and Shares, Tax Year 2010 (pdf)
Of the 142.9 million individual tax returns filed in tax year 2010, 84.5 million (or 59.1 percent) were classified as taxable returns or returns with a total income tax greater than $0. Adjusted gross income (AGI) for taxable returns was nearly $7.25 trillion, and total income tax was $952 billion.
Article in Winter 2013 Bulletin
(March 2013)

 

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