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Utah 2008 IRS Tax Stats



Utah Income Tax Overview

2010 Population for Utah 2,763,885
Total Number of Tax Returns for Utah [1] 1,077,129
Total Number of Joint Tax Returns for Utah 493,154
Total Number of Dependents for Utah 438,494
Total Adjusted Gross Income for Utah $46,877,273,523

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] 191,618
Number of joint returns 20,493
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 83,662
Number of exemptions 190,293
Number of dependents 27,643
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $685,840,418
Salaries and wages $996,037,717
Taxable interest $83,074,070
Ordinary dividends $32,174,729
Business or professional net income (less loss) ($32,616,882)
Net capital gain (less loss) $48,362,747
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $21,976,137
Taxable pensions and annuities $59,800,880
Unemployment compensation [3] $7,668,937
Taxable Social Security benefits $0
Self-employment retirement plans $51,598
Total itemized deductions [4] $305,771,076
State and local income taxes $29,804,256
State and local general sales tax $1,793,623
Real estate taxes $25,449,851
Taxes paid $60,311,761
Mortgage interest paid $140,976,043
Contributions $7,037,139
Taxable income $58,155,689
Total tax credits [5] $125,060
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $0
Child and dependent care credit $0
Earned income credit [6] $52,937,135
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $47,545,240
Alternative minimum tax $28,266
Income tax [8] $6,146,353
Total tax liability [9] $20,699,225
Tax due at time of filing [10] $5,953,877
Overpayments refunded [11] ($152,881,772)

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

Number of tax returns [1] 241,658
Number of joint returns 50,903
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 126,253
Number of exemptions 456,885
Number of dependents 84,490
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $4,190,811,554
Salaries and wages $3,505,091,906
Taxable interest $84,780,240
Ordinary dividends $36,185,895
Business or professional net income (less loss) $160,633,040
Net capital gain (less loss) $8,501,832
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $71,115,987
Taxable pensions and annuities $318,653,107
Unemployment compensation [3] $46,569,507
Taxable Social Security benefits $14,511,924
Self-employment retirement plans $0
Total itemized deductions [4] $435,808,769
State and local income taxes $21,067,390
State and local general sales tax $6,552,511
Real estate taxes $33,836,309
Taxes paid $64,783,534
Mortgage interest paid $180,940,473
Contributions $59,682,041
Taxable income $1,158,679,388
Total tax credits [5] $21,868,140
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $6,657,471
Child and dependent care credit $929,769
Earned income credit [6] $191,895,275
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $172,814,953
Alternative minimum tax $66,345
Income tax [8] $104,962,274
Total tax liability [9] $138,056,511
Tax due at time of filing [10] $14,906,251
Overpayments refunded [11] ($451,662,564)

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

Number of tax returns [1] 274,501
Number of joint returns 119,784
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 145,573
Number of exemptions 677,977
Number of dependents 121,241
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $9,966,557,504
Salaries and wages $8,442,020,716
Taxable interest $144,868,470
Ordinary dividends $60,066,887
Business or professional net income (less loss) $183,437,137
Net capital gain (less loss) $24,560,050
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $137,262,672
Taxable pensions and annuities $713,745,798
Unemployment compensation [3] $65,034,174
Taxable Social Security benefits $186,599,172
Self-employment retirement plans $1,111,471
Total itemized deductions [4] $1,584,925,852
State and local income taxes $139,070,984
State and local general sales tax $17,328,659
Real estate taxes $117,146,023
Taxes paid $281,998,170
Mortgage interest paid $725,640,919
Contributions $262,927,366
Taxable income $4,640,030,108
Total tax credits [5] $116,301,746
Residential energy tax credit $28,140
Child tax credit $79,903,666
Child and dependent care credit $4,648,882
Earned income credit [6] $63,632,424
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $53,660,693
Alternative minimum tax $101,182
Income tax [8] $455,951,026
Total tax liability [9] $502,739,792
Tax due at time of filing [10] $43,665,863
Overpayments refunded [11] ($619,786,747)

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

Number of tax returns [1] 170,015
Number of joint returns 124,161
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 89,952
Number of exemptions 510,856
Number of dependents 90,856
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $10,465,707,751
Salaries and wages $8,672,577,066
Taxable interest $147,501,579
Ordinary dividends $69,026,227
Business or professional net income (less loss) $157,673,384
Net capital gain (less loss) $45,843,535
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $153,310,860
Taxable pensions and annuities $765,354,839
Unemployment compensation [3] $32,571,823
Taxable Social Security benefits $309,578,532
Self-employment retirement plans $1,686,283
Total itemized deductions [4] $2,256,724,182
State and local income taxes $286,296,215
State and local general sales tax $13,391,798
Real estate taxes $161,947,181
Taxes paid $474,422,873
Mortgage interest paid $1,019,137,459
Contributions $463,982,435
Taxable income $5,871,061,045
Total tax credits [5] $161,709,084
Residential energy tax credit $74,616
Child tax credit $134,274,237
Child and dependent care credit $4,690,388
Earned income credit [6] $0
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $0
Alternative minimum tax $182,620
Income tax [8] $636,751,456
Total tax liability [9] $678,946,827
Tax due at time of filing [10] $57,731,131
Overpayments refunded [11] ($426,143,422)

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

Number of tax returns [1] 101,562
Number of joint returns 88,274
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 53,256
Number of exemptions 328,368
Number of dependents 57,738
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $8,756,904,915
Salaries and wages $7,159,818,628
Taxable interest $127,368,721
Ordinary dividends $62,264,977
Business or professional net income (less loss) $126,322,462
Net capital gain (less loss) $60,092,967
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $149,684,043
Taxable pensions and annuities $614,138,218
Unemployment compensation [3] $14,382,138
Taxable Social Security benefits $246,604,836
Self-employment retirement plans $1,470,490
Total itemized deductions [4] $1,965,248,172
State and local income taxes $316,043,302
State and local general sales tax $6,605,521
Real estate taxes $142,335,229
Taxes paid $475,984,344
Mortgage interest paid $828,656,066
Contributions $464,601,519
Taxable income $5,456,248,855
Total tax credits [5] $122,057,905
Residential energy tax credit $0
Child tax credit $101,135,270
Child and dependent care credit $3,421,045
Earned income credit [6] $0
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $0
Alternative minimum tax $229,926
Income tax [8] $653,755,683
Total tax liability [9] $688,412,401
Tax due at time of filing [10] $52,644,014
Overpayments refunded [11] ($269,742,358)

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

Number of tax returns [1] 97,775
Number of joint returns 89,539
Number of returns with paid preparer's signature 55,129
Number of exemptions 322,454
Number of dependents 56,526
Adjust gross income (AGI) [2] $12,811,451,381
Salaries and wages $9,875,834,793
Taxable interest $244,692,091
Ordinary dividends $152,052,958
Business or professional net income (less loss) $273,893,234
Net capital gain (less loss) $270,753,290
Taxable individual retirement arrangements distributions $249,342,512
Taxable pensions and annuities $773,479,137
Unemployment compensation [3] $8,725,189
Taxable Social Security benefits $246,104,646
Self-employment retirement plans $17,411,222
Total itemized deductions [4] $2,804,120,125
State and local income taxes $569,408,769
State and local general sales tax $6,443,737
Real estate taxes $206,249,946
Taxes paid $794,975,607
Mortgage interest paid $1,035,990,712
Contributions $746,861,082
Taxable income $8,810,748,817
Total tax credits [5] $74,764,168
Residential energy tax credit $23,121
Child tax credit $60,331,538
Child and dependent care credit $2,905,033
Earned income credit [6] $0
Excess earned income credit (refundable) [7] $0
Alternative minimum tax $7,388,654
Income tax [8] $1,440,175,826
Total tax liability [9] $1,498,369,052
Tax due at time of filing [10] $154,714,902
Overpayments refunded [11] ($298,478,973)

[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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