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There are three different ways a state can calculate taxes on its residents established by marital status: joint, combined or a system that uses both joint and combined. In Massachusetts incomes from both spouses in a marriage are taxed together as a single amount. Massachusetts also acknowledges same sex marriage and treats these tax payers as any other married couple. Massachusetts follows the federal tax principal that family should be taxed as a single unit.

The base for state taxes in Massachusetts is the federal adjusted gross income, although some income may be left out on the state return due to differences in federal and state tax law.


Items that are exempt from Massachusetts state tax are:

  • Interest payments from U.S. Government bonds
  • Interest from state run banks up to $100 for single filers and $200 for married joint filers.
  • Retirement and Military Pension Income
  • Payments from a public/civil service pension plan
  • Income from disability related to a terrorist or military action
  • Benefits from Social Security

All other sources of income follow federal guidelines.


There is no standard deduction for taxpayers in Massachusetts, although there are some deductions that taxpayers should know of. Massachusetts state deductions are:

  • Care expenses for disabled dependents or spouse up to $4,800 or $9,600 for two or more people under the age of 13.
  • Depends under the age of 12 or over the age of 64 grant a $3,600 or up to $7,200 for two or more dependents
  • 50% of taxpayers rent up to $1,500 for single payers and $3,00 for married filing jointly
  • Payments into Medicare, Railroad, Federal and state retirement systems and Social security up to $2,000 per taxpayer
  • Higher Education and tuition expenses
  • Expenses from organ donation
  • Employee business expenses
  • Health Insurance expenses for those self-employed

Massachusetts Tax Rates

Massachusetts levies one tax rate for any amount of income earned in the state. Any taxable income is taxed at a rate of 5.10%. 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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