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2013 Tax Stats Card


Summary of Collections Before Refunds by Type of Return, FY 2012 [1]

 


Type of Return


Number of Returns


Gross Collections
(Millions of $)

Individual income tax

146,243,886

1,371,402

Corporation income tax

2,262,961 [2]

280,965

Employment taxes

29,589,891

784,397

Excise taxes

1,196,789

56,175

Gift tax

249,451

2,110

Estate tax

26,859

12,341


Selected Information from Returns Filed


Corporate Returns (TY 2010) [3]
 

 Number filing with assets $250M or more

 14,584

 Percent of total corporate net income for firms with assets $250M or more

73.2%

 


S Corporation Returns (TY 2010) [3]
 

 Number of returns

 4,127,554

 


Partnership Returns  (TY 2011) [3]
 

 Number of returns

3,285,177

 


Individual Returns

Top 1-percent Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) break (TY 2011) [3]

 $388,799

Top 10-percent AGI break (TY 2011) [3]

  $120,077

Median AGI (TY 2011) [3] 

$34,794

 

Percent that claim standard deductions (TY 2011) [3]

  66.5%

Percent that claim itemized deductions (TY 2011) [3]

  31.8%

Percent e-filed (TY 2012) thru 4/25/2013 [4]  

90.1%

Percent using paid preparers (TY 2011) [3]

  56.0%

 

Number of returns with AGI $1M or more (TY 2011) [4] 

304,118

State with the highest number-California (TY 2011)

45,109

State with the least number- Vermont (TY 2011)  

340

 

Number of individual refunds (TY 2011) (millions) [3] 

  113.5

Individual refund amount (TY 2011) (billions of $) [3]

  $325.8

Average individual refund amount (TY 2011)

  $2,872

 

Earned Income Tax Credit (TY 2011) [3]:

Number of returns with credit (millions)  

27.9

Amount claimed (billions of $)

  $62.9

 

Nonprofit Organizations  (TY 2009) [3,5]

Number of returns (Forms 990 & 990-PF filers)  

413,415

Assets controlled by nonprofits (billions of $)  

$3.2

 

Taxpayer Assistance  (FY 2012) [1]

Number assisted by writing, calling, or by walk-in

96,867,755

 

 



Sources and footnotes:

[FY] Fiscal Year 
[TY] Tax Year
[1] Source: IRS Data Book, publication 55B
[2] Excludes S Corporations.
[3] Source—SOI data.
[4] Source— IRS Masterfile System
[5] Organizations tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3)
 

Revised: August 2013


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