Oklahoma Tax Rate
Editor’s Note: Are you a wage earner in the state of Oklahoma (OK)? Learn more about the OK tax rate—including who pays and how much you owe the state government.
While federal tax rates apply to every taxpayer, state income taxes differ by state. States may have a flat tax rate, a marginal tax rate, or no state taxes at all.
State income tax is imposed by Oklahoma on your earnings each tax year. It is a percentage of income paid to the state government to fund various municipal services.
Oklahoma Tax Brackets
Oklahoma has a progressive tax system, which means that tax rates vary based on taxable income. View the current OK income tax rates below:
Single Taxpayer or Married Filing Separate Returns
Tax Years 2016 – 2020 Single Taxpayer or Married Filing Separate Returns
If Taxable Income is:
|0||up to||1,000||Pay 1/2 of 1% of Taxable Income|
|1,000||up to||2,500||Pay 5.00 plus 1% over 1,000|
|2,500||up to||3,750||Pay 20.00 plus 2% over 2,500|
|3,750||up to||4,900||Pay 45.00 plus 3% over 3,750|
|4,900||up to||7,200||Pay 79.50 plus 4% over 4,900|
|7,200||and||over||Pay 171.50 plus 5% over 7,200|
(Source: Oklahoma Tax Commission)
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