The Journal of Accountancy has released these 2022 tax rates from the IRS:
The 2022 standard deduction will be $12,950 for single taxpayers (and married individuals filing separate returns), $25,900 for married taxpayers filing jointly, and $19,400 for heads of household, which for 2021 are $12,550, $25,100, and $18,800, respectively.
Other changed amounts for 2022 (arranged by Code section order) include:
Usually when this information is released each year it is a “done deal.” However, this year the IRS has cautioned that with legislation pending in Congress that might affect 2022 tax returns, taxpayers should consult future IRS guidance to determine if the adjusted amounts in Rev. Proc. 2021-45 will remain applicable in 2022. This, like so much of the tax code (and almost everything else, it seems) over the last couple years, seems to be fluid until further notice.