The IRS just announced its inflation adjustments for next tax year.

The Internal Revenue Service announced new inflation-adjusted income brackets for the 2016 tax year.

The top tax rate of 39.6% now applies to single taxpayers earning more than $415,050 ($466,950 for married taxpayers filing jointly)—up from the 2015 thresholds of $413,200 and $464,850, respectively.

Here are the other major adjustments:

If you’re single…

IF YOUR TAXABLE INCOME IS… YOU OWE…
$0-$9,275 10% of your taxable income
$9,275-$37,650 $927.50 + 15% of anything over $9,275
$37,650-$91,150 $5,183.75 + 25% of anything over $37,650
$91,150-$190,150 $18,558.75 + 28% of anything over $91,150
$190,150-$413,350 $46,278.75 + 33% of anything over $190,150
$413,350-$415,050 $119,934.75 + 35% of anything over $413,350
$415,050 and higher $120,529.75 + 39.6% of anything over $415,050

If you’re married filing jointly or are a surviving spouse…

IF YOUR TAXABLE INCOME IS… YOU OWE…
$0-$18,550 10% of your taxable income
$18,550-$75,300 $1,855 + 15% of anything over $18,550
$75,300-$151,900 $10,367.50 + 25% of anything over $75,300
$151,900-$231,450 $29,517.50 + 28% of anything over $151,900
$231,450-$413,350 $51,791.50 + 33% of anything over $231,450
$413,350-$466,950 $111,818.50 + 35% of anything over $413,350
$466,950 and higher $130,578.50 + 39.6% of anything over $466,950

If you’re a head of household…

IF YOUR TAXABLE INCOME IS… YOU OWE…
$0-$13,250 10% of your taxable income
$13,250-$50,400 $1,325 + 15% of anything over $13,250
$50,400-$130,150 $6,897.50 + 25% of anything over $50,400
$130,150-$210,800 $26,835 + 28% of anything over $130,150
$210,800-$413,350 $49,417 + 33% of anything over $210,800
$413,350-$441,000 $116,258.50 + 35% of anything over $413,350
$441,000 and higher $125,936 + 39.6% of anything over $441,000