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The Inflation Reduction Act Includes Wide-Ranging Tax Provisions

Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed into law on August 16, 2022. The IRA includes significant provisions related to climate change, health care, and, of course, taxes. The IRA also addresses the federal budget deficit. According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the IRA is projected to reduce the deficit by around $90 billion over the next 10 years.

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Although the IRA falls far short of Biden’s originally proposed $2 trillion Build Back Better Act, the $430 billion package nonetheless is a sprawling piece of legislation bound to affect most Americans over time. Here’s an overview of some of what the bill includes.

Inflation Reduction Act Overview

What are the 2022 Tax Rates and Deductions?

  • Individual Tax Rates: 2022 tax bracket thresholds were increased by approximately 1% over 2020 levels. Download the SVA tax guide: 2022 Tax Rate Card
  • Standard Deduction:
    • Single: $12,950
    • Head of Household: $19,400
    • Married Filing Jointly: $25,900
    • Married Filing Separately: $12,950
  • Child Tax Credit: $2,000 per qualifying child/year. The eligibility is extended to age 17.
  • Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT):
    • Single or Head of Household: $75,900
    • Married Filing Jointly: $118,100
    • Married Filing Separately: $59,050
    • Single or Head of Household: $539,900 - $843,500
    • Married Filing Jointly: $1,079,800 - $1,552,200
    • Married Filing Separately: $539,900 - $776,100
    • Exemption Phaseouts Based on AMT Income:
  • Estate and Gift Tax Exemption: The lifetime exemption is $12,060,000 with a top tax rate of 40%. A surviving spouse may be able to use the deceased spouse’s unused estate tax exemption. The annual gift tax exclusion is $16,600 per recipient ($32,300 if spouses elect “split-gift” treatment.
  • Section 199A Deduction for Owners of Pass-Through Entities: Up to 20% of qualified business income is subject to various limitations. When an owner’s taxable income exceeds $170,050 ($340,100 for joint filers), the following limits are phased in over a $50,000 range ($100,000 range for joint filers):
    • 50% of the amount of W-2 wages paid to employees by the qualified business during the tax year, or
    • The sum of 25% of W-2 wages plus 2.5% of the cost of qualified property.
    • Deduction isn’t available for income from specified service businesses.
    • Deduction can’t exceed the greater of the owner’s share of:
  • Section 179 Expensing and Bonus Depreciation:
    • Section 179 expensing limit: $1,080,000
    • Section 179 phaseout threshold: $2,700,000
    • Bonus depreciation limit: 100%


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2022 Federal Tax Rates

2022 Federal Tax Rates

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