# Tax income

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The tax liability for a married couple with taxable income of \$87,312 is:

A. \$18,068.

B. \$16,599.

C. \$14,081.

D. \$14,078.

is it D

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If you are doing federal income taxes, check a federal tax table using the data given. You should be able to find your answer there.

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it doesn't say anything. what should i do

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