What is the income tax rate in Illinois for out of state residents?
We live in Missouri and my wife will be working In Illinois. I know she will have to pay income tax to both Missouri and Illinois. I was wondering what is the income tax rate in Illinois so we can make sure we have enough money taken out of her check for the Illinois tax.
- BobbieLv 77 years agoBest Answer
MFJ Resident and nonresident state income tax return for this purpose using the line by line instruction for each required state income tax return. 1 1040 federal income tax return for the tax year for this purpose on your MFJ income tax return.
Personal Income Taxes
Tax Rate Range: Flat rate of 5 percent for income received in 2011.
Personal Exemptions: Single – $2,000; Married – $4,000; Dependents – $2,000
Standard Deduction: None
For further information, visit the Illinois Department of Revenue site or call 800-732-8866.
Use forms IL-1040 and Schedule NR.
Good luck to you.
Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 10/01/2012
- 7 years ago
Illinois is one of the few states that have a flat tax system in which everyone pays the same tax rate regardless of income. Illinois tax code is based heavily on the federal tax code. This combined with the flat tax philosophy of simplifiying taxation, makes Illinois tax returns much less complicated than other states.
- 5 years ago
what is the rate for investment income in Illinois for out of state residents?