NEBRASKA tax return

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Filing status plays a role in how residents of Nebraska are taxed. With a varying rate between 2.56% and 6.84%, taxpayers can fall into one of four different brackets based on income. As a single taxpayer the rates are:

  • 2.56% on the first $2,400 of taxable income
  • 3.57% on taxable income from $2401 to $17,500
  • 5.12% on taxable income from $17,501 to $27,000
  • 6.84% on taxable income of $27,001 and higher

The tax rate stays the same for taxpayers who file married filing jointly, although that income thresholds are doubled. For example, a married couple filing a joint tax return would fall in the 5.12% bracket if their income was between $35,001 and $54,000. Any taxpayer with an adjusted gross income of $173,000 or higher ($86,825 for married filing separately) who uses the single, head of household, or married filing jointly status will likely have to use an additional tax rate schedule in order to calculate their tax liability. As long as it’s not a weekend or holiday Nebraska sets the deadline for tax returns as April 15th. Otherwise it’s due the following business day.


Domicile is used to determine residency in the state of Nebraska. A domicile is defined as the permanent home to which one returns after a temporary absence, no matter how long they were gone. Residence and domicile are not used interchangeably, as taxpayers can have more than one residence but are only able to establish a single domicile. If an individual does not have a temporary reason to be within the state, then that person is considered a Nebraska resident until they no longer have intent to return.

A taxpayer does not have to own their permanent place, as long as they are responsible for maintaining it. An abode can be a simple room, apartment, house, or other shelter in which a person can legally live. Any property meant for a temporary resident, such as a camp, cottage, cabin, or vacation home is not considered an abode.

For tax reasons, anyone who is physically present within the state and has maintained a permanent place of abode for six months or more is considered a Nebraska resident. In individual who is in the state for more than 183 days during a single tax year is considered a Nebraska resident even if they lived in a different state. The 183 days threshold is calculated by any day or portion of time spent during the day in the state. 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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  • Prepares both your federal return and your state income tax returns at the same time by automatically transferring matching data into both forms.
  • Finds all valid tax deductions, does the math for you and provides self-help tools to simplify tax preparation.
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