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WASHINGTON, RI IRS Tax Stats



WASHINGTON, RI Income Tax Overview

2010 Population for WASHINGTON, RI 0
Total Number of Tax Returns for WASHINGTON, RI [1] 59,417
Total Number of Joint Tax Returns for WASHINGTON, RI 23,342
Total Number of Dependents for WASHINGTON, RI 16,667
Total Adjusted Gross Income for WASHINGTON, RI $3,072,528,219

The following tables break down the Income Tax Statistics into different Gross Income levels.


Adjusted Gross Income: Under $10,000 [1]

Number of tax returns [1] 11,219
Number of joint returns 708
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 4,944
Number of exemptions 7,935
Number of dependents 873
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $40,074,697
Salaries and wages $48,569,770
Taxable interest $4,102,264
Ordinary dividends $2,888,412
Business or professional net income (less loss) $1,095,799
Net capital gain (less loss)
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $2,051,188
Taxable pensions and annuities $4,457,050
Unemployment compensation [3] $1,367,334
Taxable Social Security benefits $0
Self-employment retirement plans $0
Total itemized deductions [4] $17,206,652
State and local income taxes $686,434
State and local general sales tax $98,472
Real estate taxes $3,330,958
Taxes paid $4,564,302
Mortgage interest paid $6,939,146
Contributions $176,245
Taxable income $3,979,523
Total tax credits [5] $3,498
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $0
Child and dependent care credit $0
Earned income credit [6] $1,930,379
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $1,681,202
Alternative minimum tax $0
Income tax [8] $381,460
Total tax liability [9] $1,262,302
Tax due at time of filing [10] $356,220
Overpayments refunded [11]

Adjusted Gross Income: $10,000 under $25,000

Number of tax returns [1] 10,958
Number of joint returns 1,528
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 5,316
Number of exemptions 14,676
Number of dependents 2,093
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $187,902,128
Salaries and wages $130,419,246
Taxable interest $7,400,192
Ordinary dividends $4,777,054
Business or professional net income (less loss) $13,991,721
Net capital gain (less loss)
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $5,334,222
Taxable pensions and annuities $22,481,628
Unemployment compensation [3] $6,890,201
Taxable Social Security benefits $1,252,577
Self-employment retirement plans $0
Total itemized deductions [4] $27,584,304
State and local income taxes $1,153,182
State and local general sales tax $308,453
Real estate taxes $5,349,870
Taxes paid $7,158,767
Mortgage interest paid $8,899,512
Contributions $1,282,122
Taxable income $63,640,001
Total tax credits [5] $921,440
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $226,612
Child and dependent care credit $36,403
Earned income credit [6] $5,559,879
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $4,737,262
Alternative minimum tax $0
Income tax [8] $5,962,763
Total tax liability [9] $8,353,643
Tax due at time of filing [10] $1,284,935
Overpayments refunded [11]

Adjusted Gross Income: $25,000 under $50,000

Number of tax returns [1] 12,415
Number of joint returns 3,368
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 6,608
Number of exemptions 20,674
Number of dependents 3,035
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $453,770,474
Salaries and wages $335,275,262
Taxable interest $11,446,448
Ordinary dividends $8,851,866
Business or professional net income (less loss) $21,768,705
Net capital gain (less loss) $747,465
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $12,203,503
Taxable pensions and annuities $45,173,038
Unemployment compensation [3] $9,958,640
Taxable Social Security benefits $15,195,940
Self-employment retirement plans $308,870
Total itemized deductions [4] $71,297,922
State and local income taxes $6,023,692
State and local general sales tax $458,936
Real estate taxes $14,337,168
Taxes paid $21,967,406
Mortgage interest paid $29,791,749
Contributions $4,395,405
Taxable income $253,115,195
Total tax credits [5] $3,199,046
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $1,921,751
Child and dependent care credit $167,288
Earned income credit [6] $1,445,478
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $1,050,287
Alternative minimum tax $0
Income tax [8] $28,938,259
Total tax liability [9] $33,084,186
Tax due at time of filing [10] $2,746,558
Overpayments refunded [11]

Adjusted Gross Income: $50,000 under $75,000

Number of tax returns [1] 8,795
Number of joint returns 4,438
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 5,308
Number of exemptions 18,291
Number of dependents 2,895
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $546,029,138
Salaries and wages $394,968,921
Taxable interest $13,174,750
Ordinary dividends $10,568,196
Business or professional net income (less loss) $20,360,206
Net capital gain (less loss) $2,047,653
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $12,829,853
Taxable pensions and annuities $60,633,148
Unemployment compensation [3] $6,467,253
Taxable Social Security benefits $27,195,420
Self-employment retirement plans $625,368
Total itemized deductions [4] $103,405,708
State and local income taxes $13,878,724
State and local general sales tax $350,100
Real estate taxes $20,390,101
Taxes paid $36,571,639
Mortgage interest paid $45,079,109
Contributions $7,071,158
Taxable income $347,618,629
Total tax credits [5] $4,376,647
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $3,180,588
Child and dependent care credit $150,114
Earned income credit [6] $0
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $0
Alternative minimum tax $0
Income tax [8] $45,881,287
Total tax liability [9] $49,748,502
Tax due at time of filing [10] $3,703,281
Overpayments refunded [11]

Adjusted Gross Income: $75,000 under $100,000

Number of tax returns [1] 6,586
Number of joint returns 4,965
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 3,986
Number of exemptions 16,614
Number of dependents 2,789
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $570,918,918
Salaries and wages $414,164,932
Taxable interest $11,419,042
Ordinary dividends $11,337,048
Business or professional net income (less loss) $19,805,770
Net capital gain (less loss) $3,163,428
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $15,132,967
Taxable pensions and annuities $60,770,865
Unemployment compensation [3] $4,873,038
Taxable Social Security benefits $25,780,302
Self-employment retirement plans $598,904
Total itemized deductions [4] $113,739,579
State and local income taxes $19,454,691
State and local general sales tax $175,181
Real estate taxes $21,886,873
Taxes paid $43,766,233
Mortgage interest paid $48,152,008
Contributions $8,689,025
Taxable income $383,730,073
Total tax credits [5] $5,131,509
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $3,531,431
Child and dependent care credit $216,188
Earned income credit [6] $0
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $0
Alternative minimum tax $0
Income tax [8] $51,684,571
Total tax liability [9] $55,469,705
Tax due at time of filing [10] $3,281,852
Overpayments refunded [11]

Adjusted Gross Income: $100,000 under $200,000

Number of tax returns [1] 9,444
Number of joint returns 8,335
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 5,873
Number of exemptions 27,199
Number of dependents 4,982
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $1,273,832,864
Salaries and wages $956,998,142
Taxable interest $23,778,922
Ordinary dividends $26,214,261
Business or professional net income (less loss) $49,299,533
Net capital gain (less loss) $16,420,482
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $29,479,703
Taxable pensions and annuities $107,955,585
Unemployment compensation [3] $4,762,234
Taxable Social Security benefits $32,361,243
Self-employment retirement plans $4,572,855
Total itemized deductions [4] $246,867,100
State and local income taxes $59,141,301
State and local general sales tax $220,568
Real estate taxes $46,107,345
Taxes paid $110,344,533
Mortgage interest paid $94,053,624
Contributions $21,987,634
Taxable income $924,203,071
Total tax credits [5] $4,614,804
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $3,095,117
Child and dependent care credit $472,919
Earned income credit [6] $0
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $0
Alternative minimum tax $1,119,165
Income tax [8] $160,000,670
Total tax liability [9] $168,248,763
Tax due at time of filing [10] $11,019,017
Overpayments refunded [11]

[1] Includes returns with adjusted gross deficit.

[2] Less deficit.

[3] Includes the Alaskan permanent fund, reported by residents of Alaska on Forms 1040A and 1040EZ's. This fund only applies to statistics in the U.S. totals, and the state of Alaska.

[4] "Itemized deductions" include any amounts reported by the taxpayer, even if they could not be used in computing "taxable income," the base on which the regular income tax was computed. Thus, total itemized deductions include amounts that did not have to be reported by taxpayers with no "adjusted gross income." (Adjusted gross income is the total from which these deductions would normally be subtracted.) In addition, if standard and itemized deductions were both reported on a tax return, the form of deduction actually used in computing income tax was the one used for the statistics. Therefore, if the standard deduction was the form of deduction used, the total reported for itemized deductions was excluded from the statistics. However, the component deductions were not similarly excluded. As a result, the number of returns and related amounts for the component deductions are slightly overstated in relation to the grand total shown for itemized deductions. These components are also overstated in relation to the total because there was a statutory limitation on the total of itemized deductions that could be claimed by certain high-income taxpayers. This limitation did not affect the component deductions, the sum of which therefore exceeded the total used in computing income tax.

[5] "Total tax credits" excludes the "earned income credit" which is shown separately.

[6] "Earned income credit" includes both the refundable and non-refundable portions. The non-refundable portion could reduce income tax and certain related taxes to zero. The earned income credit amounts in excess of total tax liability, or amounts when there was no tax liability at all, were refundable. See footnote 7 below for explanation of the refundable portion of the earned income credit.

[7] The refundable portion of the "earned income credit" equals "total income tax" minus the "earned income credit". If the result is negative, this amount is considered the refundable portion.

[8] "Income tax" is in general, the same as "income tax after credits" which was redefined in Tax Year 2000 to include the "alternative minimum tax (AMT)". Zip Code table "Income tax" differs from "total income tax" (in other tables) in that the Zip Code table "Income tax" is after the subtraction of all tax credits except the earned income credit. See footnote 6 and 7 above, for an explanation of the treatment of the earned income credit. "Income tax" reflects the amount reported on the tax return and is, therefore, before any examination or enforcement activities by the Internal Revenue Service. It represents the tax filer reported income tax liability that was payable to the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

[9] For the Zip Code tables, "Total tax liability" differs from "Income tax," in that "Total tax liability" includes the taxes from recapture of certain prior-year credits, tax applicable to individual retirement arrangements (IRA's), Social Security taxes on self-employment income and on certain tip income, advanced earned income payments, household employment taxes, and certain "other taxes" listed in the Form 1040 instructions.

[10] Reflects payments to or withholdings made to "Total tax liability" (footnote 9). The amount the tax filer owes when the income tax return is filed.

[11] The amount of overpayments the tax filer requested to have refunded.


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