Kansas Taxes Pages

Tax Brackets, Rates and Standard Deductions in Kansas

Prepare and e-File your 2021 Kansas Income Taxes here on eFile.com together with your Federal Income Tax Return. Information on how to only file a Kansas State Income Return. Per IRS/State regulation - not eFile.com - a Kansas state tax return can only be e-Filed together with an IRS tax return. Instruction how to only prepare a KS state return on eFile.com and then download, print sign and mail it in. 

If you still need to file a return for a previous tax year, find the Kansas tax forms below. You can complete and sign the forms here on eFile.com before you mail them to the KS Tax Agency. For Federal or IRS back taxes access the tax forms here.

Below find links to other important Kansas income tax return information and other related features (e.g. tax extension, amendment, etc.)

Kansas Income Tax Returns

Kansas Income Taxes
Prepare only a KS State Return without an IRS return. Details
Step by Step instructions on how to only Prepare and Download - not eFile - State Returns on eFile.com.
File a 2021 Kansas Tax Amendment
Kansas Income Tax Forms
Kansas Tax Brackets, Rates explained
Current and past tax year KS Tax Brackets, Rates and Income Ranges
IRS Tax Brackets, Rates by Tax Year
Calculate and Estimate your IRS Income Tax Brackets and Rates with the eFile RATEucator.

Income Tax Brackets, Rates, Income Ranges, and Estimated Taxes Due

Here you can find how your Kansas based income is taxed at different rates within the given tax brackets. When you prepare your return on eFile.com this is all calculated for you based on your income.

Kansas Tax Brackets for Tax Year 2021

Income Brackets did not change for Tax Year 2021.

Tax Rate
Filing Status
Income Range
Taxes Due
3.10%
Single/MFS/HOH
$2,501 to $15,000
3.10% - $0
MFJ
$5,001 to $30,000
3.10% - $0
5.25%
Single/MFS/HOH
$15,000 and Over
5.25% - $323
MFJ
$30,000 and Over
5.25% - $645
5.70%
Single/MFS/HOH
$30,000 and Over
5.70% - $458
MFJ
$60,000 and Over
5.70% - $915

Kansas Tax Brackets for Tax Year 2020

As you can see your income in Kansas is taxed at different rates within the given tax brackets. Any income over $30,000 (Single), or $60,000 (MFJ) would be taxes at the highest rate of 5.70%.

Tax Rate
Filing Status
Income Range
Taxes Due
3.10%
Single/MFS/HOH
$2,501 to $15,000
3.10% - $0
MFJ
$5,001 to $30,000
3.10% - $0
5.25%
Single/MFS/HOH
$15,000 and Over
5.25% - $323
MFJ
$30,000 and Over
5.25% - $645
5.70%
Single/MFS/HOH
$30,000 and Over
5.70% - $458
MFJ
$60,000 and Over
5.70% - $915

2021 Kansas Standard Deductions

The Kansas standard deductions did not increase for Tax Year 2021.

Tax Year
Status
Amount
2021
Single
$3,500
MFS
$4,000
HOH
$6,000
Married Jointly
$8,000
2020
Single
$3,000
MFS
$3,750
HOH
$5,500
Married Jointly
$7,500

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