International Financial Law Prof Blog

Editor: William Byrnes
Texas A&M University
School of Law

Monday, September 11, 2017

IRS Tax Stats 2017-16

Inside This Issue

  1. State Data, Tax Year 2015
  2. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Data, Tax Year 2015
  3. County Data, Tax Year 2015
  4. ZIP Code Data, Tax Year 2015
  5. Mid-July Filing Season Statistics by Adjusted Gross Income

  1.  State Data, Tax Year 2015


State data tables for Tax Year 2015 are now available on SOI’s Tax Stats Web page. These tables present selected income and tax return items from individual income tax returns (Form 1040) broken out by all 50 states, as well as the District of Columbia and other areas. Notable changes to the data this year include the addition of volunteered income tax assistance (VITA) returns with Earned Income Credit as well as three number-of-return variables: refund anticipation loan returns; refund anticipation check returns; and elderly returns.

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  2.  Metropolitan and Micropolitan Data, Tax Year 2015


Metropolitan and Micropolitan data tables for Tax Year 2015 are now available on SOI's Tax Stats Web site. These tables present selected income and tax return items based on SOI's county data. The information provides for more indepth analysis as it contains urban core populations of 50,000 or more for metro areas and at least 10,000 (but less than 50,000) for micro areas. Notable changes to the data this year include the addition of volunteered income tax assistance (VITA) returns with Earned Income Credit as well as three number-of-return variables: refund anticipation loan returns; refund anticipation check returns; and elderly returns.

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  3.  County Data, Tax Year 2015


Tables by county from selected income and tax return items for Tax Year 2015 are now available on SOI’s Tax Stats Web page. These tables present data from individual income tax returns (Form 1040) broken out by county-level geography for approximately 3,000 counties across the United States. Notable changes to the data this year include the addition of volunteered income tax assistance (VITA) returns with Earned Income Credit as well as three number-of-return variables: refund anticipation loan returns; refund anticipation check returns; and elderly returns.

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  4.  ZIP Code Data, Tax Year 2015


ZIP code data tables for Tax Year 2015 are now available on SOI’s Tax Stats Web page. These tables present selected income and tax return items from individual income tax returns (Form 1040) by ZIP-code level geography for approximately 43,000 ZIP codes across the United States. Notable changes to the data this year include the addition of volunteered income tax assistance (VITA) returns with Earned Income Credit as well as three number-of-return variables: refund anticipation loan returns; refund anticipation check returns; and elderly returns.

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  5.  Mid-July Filing Season Statistics by Adjusted Gross Income


Tables presenting information by AGI from the population of all Forms 1040 processed by the IRS on or before week 30 of the calendar year are now available on SOI’s Tax Stats Web page. These returns primarily reflect income earned in the year preceding the filing year, but exclude taxpayers who requested a 6-month extension by filing Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return.

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