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Like other states, Idaho assesses state income taxes over seven brackets at a varying rate. Every year, the brackets are revised to consider inflation. The seven brackets are as follows for taxpayers who file using the single status, as well as though who are married but chose to file a separate return:

  • 1.6 % on the first $1,408 of taxable income
  • 3.6 % on taxable income between $1,409 and $2,817
  • 4.1 % on taxable income between $2,818 and $4,226
  • 5.1 % on taxable income between $4,227 and $5,635
  • 6.1 % on taxable income between $5,636 and $7,044
  • 7.1 % on taxable income between $7,045 and $10,567
  • 7.4 % on taxable income of $10,568 and greater

Income amounts double for taxpayers who file their returns jointly, while the rate of taxation stays the same. The tax brackets are adjusted each year and are calculated according to the consumer price index of the state. April 15th is the deadline for filing an Idaho State income tax return as long as that day is not a weekend or holiday, in which case returns would be due the next business day.

Social security and railroad retirement benefits are considered non-taxed income. Taxpayers who are 65 are older and have retired in Idaho may qualify for a civil service exemption or military benefits. If the taxpayer is disabled, the age requirement is lowered to 62.

If a resident taxpayer has paid income tax to another state, or has made a donation to a state sponsored education system, rehab center, or nonprofit youth organization, there are options to receive credits. If another state taxes your income, you may qualify for a credit of what was paid to the other state.


Idaho determines residency using two key elements:

  • Maintaining a home within the state for the entire tax year, and spending at least 270 days basically president in Idaho.
  • Establishing a domicile in Idaho for the entire length of the tax year.

Domicile is a permanent central point of your own life, your family's, and your personal or business environment. It is the place to which you intend to return after a temporary absence.

A domicile is not a residence. You are able to maintain multiple residences, but you'll never have more than one domicile. You can't change your domicile unless you abandon it with no intention of returning. supports all state income tax returns. Washington D.C. along with 41 states have income tax returns. If you live in Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington or Wyoming, you only need to file your Federal Income Tax Return with the IRS.

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