The Bonus Tax rate is calculated based on your household’s total annual income, and is a percentage of the average income in your area.
The Bonus Rate is calculated as follows: For a single person with no dependents, the Bonus Rate for 2018 is 25%.
For a family of four with no dependent children, the bonus rate is 35%.
The Bonus rate for a family with three children is 20%.
For more information, see our article on the Bonus tax rate.
The 2018 Bonus Tax Rates for Your Area The Bonus tax rates for your area are listed below: California – 20% for a single individual, 25% for each additional dependent child, and 30% for dependents.
Connecticut – 20%, 30%, 35% for single, couples, and families with three or more children, and 20% each for families with two children.
Hawaii – 25%, 30% and 35% the Bonus rate, respectively.
Illinois – 25% plus 30% of household income, 25%, plus 30%, plus 25% of family income.
Indiana – 30%, 30, 40% for individuals, couples and families, and 25% or 30% depending on whether there are dependent children.
New York – 25%.
The bonus rate for married couples with children is 30%.
The rate for single individuals is 25%, and the rate for families is 30%, depending on the number of children.
Oregon – 25 percent plus 30 percent of household.
Pennsylvania – 25 % plus 30%.
Virginia – 25.5%.
The Rate for Single Persons is 25% to 30%.
For Couples with Children, the rate is 25 percent.
For Families with Children or Two Children, it is 30 percent.
Wisconsin – 20%.
The standard bonus rate.