ATTORNEY SPONSORS

The Law Office of Lee Rudd, Utah Bankruptcy Attorney

Duval & Moody, PC

The Law Office of Mark Emmett


Custom Search



Means Test Data Used

Fields below are not fully populated until you have chose your state and county of residence, and entered your household size in line 2 of the form.

State:  
County:
 

Median Income (by number of people in household)
One Person  
Two Persons  
Three Persons  
Four Persons  
Each Person over Four  

National Expense Standards - Food, Clothing and Other Items (by number of people in household)
One Person $583.00
Two Persons $1053.00
Three Persons $1234.00
Four Persons $1465.00
Additional Allowance for each Person over Four $281.00

Local Standards - Housing & Utility Expenses (by number of people in household)
One Person - Housing  
One Person - Non Housing  
Two People - Housing  
Two People - Non Housing  
Three People - Housing  
Three People - Non Housing  
Four People - Housing  
Four People - Non Housing  
Five or More - Housing  
Five or More - Non Housing  

Local Standards -Transportation Expenses (by number of people in household)
Operating Costs - One Car  
Operating Costs - Second Car  
Ownership Costs - One Car  
Ownership Costs - Second Car  
Public Transportation  

(*This form has been updated to use means test information published by the United State Trustee for case filed on or after April 1, 2014. To view the raw data, visit www.usdoj.gov/ust)

back to top


 


This Site is a Service Of:

Counsel Support Inc. Virtual Bankruptcy Assistant and Outsource paralegal service

(Provider of legal technology, technical support and training services)

Free Online Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Means Test Calculator - Find Out If You Pass The Means Test


This Website Requires Javascript to be enabled to work properly. If you see this message, you do not have Javascript enabled. Please enable Javascript in your browser and refresh this page

 


Welcome to Free Chapter 7 Means Test.com. You can use the simple online form below to find out whether you are eligible to receive a chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge under the bankruptcy means test. Our online means test form is free, easy to use, completely private, and you can use it without obligation. We ask only for the personal information needed to make the calculations (State and County of residence, household size, income and expenses). We don't save, store or sell any of the information you provide. The form below will perform the same calculations as expensive professional bankruptcy software used by attorneys, and it's absolutely free.

Of course, we make no guarantee that you will qualify for chapter 7 (or chapter 13) bankruptcy relief regardless of the results of this online means test form, and while we've done everything we can to accurately recreate the official means test form (Official Form B22A), we can't guarantee that you will fill it out correctly or accurately. We recommend you read the questions from the form very carefully when completing our free, online chapter 7 bankruptcy means test.

If you have questions, you should consult with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.

This website is a free service of Counsel Support, Inc., a provider of virtual bankruptcy assistance and paralegal outsources services. Counsel support also provides other support services for the legal community, including HotDocs Document Automation services, web design and IT support.

Means Test data, including median income and local expense standards by county nationwide, as prepared by the Office of the United States Trustee appear in the left hand column once you have entered your state and county of residence, and entered the number of people in your household in line 2, below.

This form represents Official Bankruptcy Form B22A, the Chapter 7 Debtor's Statement of Current Monthly Income and Means Test Calculation.*

The purpose of this calculator form is to determine whether the overall situation of the bankruptcy debtor creates a "presumption of abuse." A presumption of abuse is a legal presumption that giving the debtor a chapter 7 discharge somehow abuses the bankruptcy system. Generally, abuse exists when a debtor has the ability to pay a statutorily determined portion of his or her debts.

Generally speaking, the debtor "passes" the means test if after completing this form, the presumption of abuse does not arise. If the presumption of abuse does not arise, the debtor may usually proceed under chapter 7. There are other factors that may come into play, including the "totality of the circumstances test" which may still prevent a debtor from receiving a chapter 7 discharge.

The fact that a presumption of abuse does not arise based on Form B22A is not a guarantee that a debtor will actually qualify for and receive a chapter 7 discharge.

The information on this page is not intended as legal advice or as bankruptcy advice or assistance.

This form is not designed or intended to be used for filing purposes with any court.

The Office of the U.S. Trustee has issued a statement of its position on legal issues arising under the chapter 7 means test. You can download a copy of the statement here.

If you have questions about your financial situation after completing the free chapter 7 means test, please discuss them with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.



CHAPTER 7 STATEMENT OF CURRENT MONTHLY INCOME

AND MEANS-TEST CALCULATION

 
 

MEANS TEST RESULTS : According to the Information required to be entered on this statement:

 

The presumption [of abuse] arises

 

The presumption [of abuse] does not arise

 

The presumption [of abuse] is temporarily not applicable

 

The Mean Test is Not Required / Not Applicable

   
PART I. MILITARY AND NON-CONSUMER DEBTORS
1A Disabled Veterans. If you are a disabled veteran described in the Declaration in this Part IA, (1) check the box at the beginning of the Declaration, (2) check the box for “The presumption does not arise” at the top of this statement, and (3) complete the verification in Part VIII. Do not complete any of the remaining parts of this statement.

By checking this box, I declare under penalty of perjury that I am a disabled veteran (as defined in 38 U.S.C. § 3741(1)) whose indebtedness occurred primarily during a period in which I was on active duty (as defined in 10 U.S.C. § 101(d)(1)) or while I was performing a homeland defense activity (as defined in 32 U.S.C. §901(1)).
1B Non-consumer Debtors. If your debts are not primarily consumer debts, check the box below and complete the verification in Part VIII. Do not complete any of the remaining parts of this statement.

 By checking this box, I declare that my debts are not primarily consumer debts.
1C

Reservists and National Guard Members; active duty or homeland defense activity. Members of a reserve component of the Armed Forces and members of the National Guard who were called to active duty (as defined in 10 U.S.C. § 101(d)(1)) after September 11, 2001, for a period of at least 90 days, or who have performed homeland defense activity (as defined in 32 U.S.C. § 901(1)) for a period of at least 90 days, are excluded from all forms of means testing during the time of active duty or homeland defense activity and for 540 days thereafter (the “exclusion period”). If you qualify for this temporary exclusion, (1) check the appropriate boxes and complete any required information in the Declaration of Reservists and National Guard Members below, (2) check the box for “The presumption is temporarily inapplicable” at the top of this statement, and (3) complete the verification in Part VIII. During your exclusion period you are not required to complete the balance of this form, but you must complete the form no later than 14 days after the date on which your exclusion period ends, unless the time for filing a motion raising the means test presumption expires in your case before your exclusion period ends.

 By checking this box and making the appropriate entries below, I declare that I am eligible for a temporary exclusion from means testing because, as a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces or the National Guard

 
   
    OR
 
 
1D

RESULTS WILL APPEAR HERE

 
PART II. CALCULATION OF MONTHLY INCOME FOR § 707(b)(7) EXCLUSION
2
Marital/filing status. Check the box that applies and complete the balance of this part of this statement as directed.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Please make a selection.
     
  Household and Family Size:  
  State of Residence (required):
  County of Residence (required):
  Number of People in Household (required):
  All figures must reflect average monthly income received from all sources, derived during the six calendar months prior to filing the bankruptcy case, ending on the last day of the month before the filing. If the amount of monthly income varied during the six months, you must divide the six-month total by six, and enter the result on the appropriate line. Column A
Debtor's Income
Column B
Spouse's Income
3 Gross Wages, salary, tips, bonuses, overtime, commissions. $ $
4 Income from the operation of a business, profession or farm. Subtract Line b from Line a and enter the difference in the appropriate column(s) of Line 4. If you operate more than one business, profession or farm, enter aggregate numbers and provide details on an attachment. Do not enter a number less than zero. Do not include any part of the business expenses entered on Line b as a deduction in Part V.

Debtor Business Income
a. Gross Receipts $
b. Ordinary and necessary business expenses $
c. Business income (subtract line b from line a) $0.00

Spouse Business Income
a. Gross Receipts $
b. Ordinary and necessary business expenses $
c. Business income (subtract line b from line a) $0.00
$0.00 $0.00
5 Rent and other real property income. Subtract Line b from Line a and enter the difference in the appropriate column(s) of Line 5. Do not enter a number less than zero. Do not include any part of the operating expenses entered on Line b as a deduction in Part V.

Debtor Rent / Other Real Property Income
a. Gross Receipts $
b. Ordinary and necessary business expenses $
c. Business income $0.00

Spouse Rent / Other Real Property Income
a. Gross Receipts $
b. Ordinary and necessary business expenses $
c. Business income $0.00
$0.00 $0.00
6 Interest, dividends and royalties. $ $
7 Pension and retirement income. $ $
8 Any amounts paid by another person or entity, on a regular basis, for the household expenses of the debtor or the debtor’s dependents, including child support paid for that purpose. Do not include alimony or separate maintenance payments or amounts paid by your spouse if Column B is completed. $ $
9 Unemployment compensation. Enter the amount in the appropriate column(s) of Line 9. However, if you contend that unemployment compensation received by you or your spouse was a benefit under the Social Security Act, do not list the amount of such compensation in Column A or B, but instead state the amount in the space below:

Unemployment compensation claimed to be a benefit under the Social Security Act Debtor
$
Spouse
$
$ $
10 Income from all other sources. Specify source and amount. If necessary, list additional sources on a separate page. Do not include alimony or separate maintenance payments paid by your spouse if Column B is completed, but include all other payments of alimony or separate maintenance. Do not include any benefits received under the Social Security Act or payments received as a victim of a war crime, crime against humanity, or as a victim of international or domestic terrorism.

Debtor other income
a. $
b. $

Spouse other income
a. $
b. $

$0.00 $0.00
11 Subtotal of Current Monthly Income for § 707(b)(7). Add Lines 3 thru 10 in Column A, and, if Column B is completed, add Lines 3 through 10 in Column B. Enter the total(s). $0.00 $0.00
12 Total Current Monthly Income for § 707(b)(7). If Column B has been completed, add Line 11, Column A to Line 11, Column B, and enter the total. If Column B has not been completed, enter the amount from Line 11, Column A. $0.00
PART III. APPLICATION OF § 707(b)(7) EXCLUSION
13 Annualized Current Monthly Income for § 707(b)(7). Multiply the amount from Line 12 by the number 12 and enter the result.

$0.00

14 Applicable median family income. Enter the median family income for the applicable state and household size. (This information is available by family size at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court.)

a. Enter debtor's state of residence:

Not Selected

b. Enter debtor's household size:

Not Entered

$0.00

15
Application of Section 707(b)(7). Check the applicable box and proceed as directed.
The amount on Line 13 is less than or equal to the amount on Line 14. Check the box for “The presumption does not arise” at the top of page 1 of this statement, and complete Part VIII; do not complete Parts IV, V, VI or VII.
The amount on Line 13 is more than the amount on Line 14. Complete the remaining parts of this statement.
 

PROGRESS RESULTS

 
PART IV. CALCULATION OF CURRENT MONTHLY INCOME FOR § 707(b)(2)
16 Enter the amount from Line 12.

$0.00

17 Marital adjustment. If you checked the box at Line 2.c, enter on Line 17 the total of any income listed in Line 11, Column B that was NOT paid on a regular basis for the household expenses of the debtor or the debtor’s dependents. Specify in the lines below the basis for excluding the Column B income (such as payment of the spouse’s tax liability or the spouse’s support of persons other than the debtor or the debtor’s dependents) and the amount of income devoted to each purpose. If necessary, list additional adjustments on a separate page. If you did not check box at Line 2.c, enter zero.

  Basis for adjustment Amount
a.
b.
  Total

$0.00

$0.00

18 Current monthly income for § 707(b)(2). Subtract Line 17 from Line 16 and enter the result.

$0.00

 
PART V. CALCULATION OF DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME

Subpart A: Deductions under Standards of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

19A National Standards: food, clothing and other items. Enter in Line 19A the “Total” amount from IRS National Standards for Food, Clothing and Other Items for the applicable household size. (This information is available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court.)

$0.00

19B National Standards: health care. Enter in Line a1 below the amount from IRS National Standards for Out-of- Pocket Health Care for persons under 65 years of age, and in Line a2 the IRS National Standards for Out-of- Pocket Health Care for persons 65 years of age or older. (This information is available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court.) Enter in Line b1 the number of members of your household who are under 65 years of age, and enter in Line b2 the number of members of your household who are 65 years of age or older. (The total number of household members must be the same as the number stated in Line 14b.) Multiply Line a1 by Line b1 to obtain a total amount for household members under 65, and enter the result in Line c1. Multiply Line a2 by Line b2 to obtain a total amount for household members 65 and older, and enter the result in Line c2. Add Lines c1 and c2 to obtain a total health care amount, and enter the result in Line 19B.

Household members under 65 years of age Household members 65 years of age or older
a1. Allowance per member $60.00 a2. Allowance per member $144.00
b1. Number of members
(Required field. Enter '0' if none.)
b2. Number of members
(Required field. Enter '0' if none.)
c1. Subtotal

$0.00

c2. Subtotal

$0.00

$0.00

20A Local Standards: housing and utilities; non-mortgage expenses. Enter the amount of the IRS Housing and Utilities Standards; non-mortgage expenses for the applicable county and household size. (This information is available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court). $0.00
20B Local Standards: housing and utilities; mortgage/rent expense. Enter, in Line a below, the amount of the IRS Housing and Utilities Standards; mortgage/rent expense for your county and household size (this information is available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court); enter on Line b the total of the Average Monthly Payments for any debts secured by your home, as stated in Line 42; subtract Line b from Line a and enter the result in Line 20B. Do not enter an amount less than zero.

JUMP TO LINE 42 TO ENTER SECURED DEBT INFORMATION
a. IRS Housing and Utilities Standards; mortgage/rental expense. $0.00
b. Average Monthly Payment for any debts secured by your home, if any, as stated in Line 42. $0.00
c. Net mortgage/rental expense   Subtract Line b from Line a.
$0.00
21 Local Standards: housing and utilities; adjustment. If you contend that the process set out in Lines 20A and 20B does not accurately compute the allowance to which you are entitled under the IRS Housing and Utilities Standards, enter any additional amount to which you contend you are entitled, and state the basis for your contention in the space below:
$
22A Local Standards: transportation; vehicle operation/public transportation expense. You are entitled to an expense allowance in this category regardless of whether you pay the expenses of operating a vehicle and regardless of whether you use public transportation.

Check the number of vehicles for which you pay the operating expenses or for which the operating expenses are included as a contribution to your household expenses in Line 8.

  

If you checked 0, enter on Line 22A the “Public Transportation” amount from IRS Local Standards: Transportation. If you checked 1 or 2 or more, enter on Line 22A the “Operating Costs” amount from IRS Local Standards: Transportation for the applicable number of vehicles in the applicable Metropolitan Statistical Area or Census Region. (These amounts are available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court.)

$0.00

22B Local Standards: transportation; additional public transportation expense. If you pay the operating expenses for a vehicle and also use public transportation, and you contend that you are entitled to an additional deduction for your public transportation expenses, enter on Line 22B the “Public Transportation” amount from IRS Local Standards: Transportation. (This amount is available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court.)

Do you want to claim the public transportation expense in addition to the vehicle operating expense?

$0.00

23 Local Standards: transportation ownership/lease expense; Vehicle 1. Check the number of vehicles for which you claim an ownership/lease expense. (You may not claim an ownership/lease expense for more than two vehicles.)


Enter, in Line a below, the “Ownership Costs” for “One Car” from the IRS Local Standards: Transportation (available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court); enter in Line b the total of the Average Monthly Payments for any debts secured by Vehicle 1, as stated in Line 42; subtract Line b from Line a and enter the result in Line 23. Do not enter an amount less than zero.

a. IRS Transportation Standards, Ownership Costs

$0.00

b. Average Monthly Payment for any debts secured by Vehicle 1, as stated in Line 42. $0.00
c. Net ownership / lease expense for Vehicle 1

$0.00

$0.00

24 Local Standards: transportation ownership/lease expense; Vehicle 2. Complete this Line only if you checked the “2 or more” Box in Line 23.

Enter, in Line a below, the “Ownership Costs” for “One Car” from the IRS Local Standards: Transportation (available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court); enter in Line b the total of the Average Monthly Payments for any debts secured by Vehicle 2, as stated in Line 42; subtract Line b from Line a and enter the result in Line 24. Do not enter an amount less than zero.

a. IRS Transportation Standards, Ownership Costs

$0.00

b. Average Monthly Payment for any debts secured by Vehicle 2, as stated in Line 42. $0.00
c. Net ownership / lease expense for Vehicle 2

$0.00

$0.00

25 Other Necessary Expenses: taxes. Enter the total average monthly expense that you actually incur for all federal, state and local taxes, other than real estate and sales taxes, such as income taxes, self-employment taxes, social-security taxes, and Medicare taxes. Do not include real estate or sales taxes. $
26 Other Necessary Expenses: involuntary deductions for employment. Enter the total average monthly payroll deductions that are required for your employment, such as retirement contributions, union dues, and uniform costs. Do not include discretionary amounts, such as voluntary 401(k) contributions. $
27 Other Necessary Expenses: life insurance. Enter total average monthly premiums that you actually pay for term life insurance for yourself. Do not include premiums for insurance on your dependents, for whole life or for any other form of insurance. $
28 Other Necessary Expenses: court-ordered payments. Enter the total monthly amount that you are required to pay pursuant to the order of a court or administrative agency, such as spousal or child support payments. Do not include payments on past due obligations included in Line 44. $
29 Other Necessary Expenses: education for employment or for a physically or mentally challenged child. Enter the total average monthly amount that you actually expend for education that is a condition of employment and for education that is required for a physically or mentally challenged dependent child for whom no public education providing similar services is available. $
30 Other Necessary Expenses: childcare. Enter the total average monthly amount that you actually expend on childcare—such as baby-sitting, day care, nursery and preschool. Do not include other educational payments. $
31 Other Necessary Expenses: health care. Enter the total average monthly amount that you actually expend on health care that is required for the health and welfare of yourself or your dependents, that is not reimbursed by insurance or paid by a health savings account, and that is in excess of the amount entered in Line 19B. Do not include payments for health insurance or health savings accounts listed in Line 34. $
32 Other Necessary Expenses: telecommunication services. Enter the total average monthly amount that you actually pay for telecommunication services other than your basic home telephone and cell phone service— such as pagers, call waiting, caller id, special long distance, or internet service—to the extent necessary for your health and welfare or that of your dependents. Do not include any amount previously deducted. $
33 Total Expenses Allowed under IRS Standards. Enter the total of Lines 19 through 32.

$0.00

Subpart B: Additional Living Expense Deductions

Note: Do not include any expenses that you have listed in Lines 19-32
34 Health Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Health Savings Account Expenses. List the monthly expenses in the categories set out in lines a-c below that are reasonably necessary for yourself, your spouse, or your dependents.

a. Health Insurance $
b. Disability Insurance $
c. Health Savings Account $
Total and enter on Line 34.

If you do not actually expend this total amount, state your actual total average monthly expenditures in the space below:
$

$0.00

35 Continued contributions to the care of household or family members. Enter the total average actual monthly expenses that you will continue to pay for the reasonable and necessary care and support of an elderly, chronically ill, or disabled member of your household or member of your immediate family who is unable to pay for such expenses. $
36 Protection against family violence. Enter the total average reasonably necessary monthly expenses that you actually incurred to maintain the safety of your family under the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act or other applicable federal law. The nature of these expenses is required to be kept confidential by the court. $
37 Home energy costs. Enter the total average monthly amount, in excess of the allowance specified by IRS Local Standards for Housing and Utilities, that you actually expend for home energy costs. You must provide your case trustee with documentation of your actual expenses, and you must demonstrate that the additional amount claimed is reasonable and necessary. $
38

Education expenses for dependent children less than 18. Enter the total average monthly expenses that you actually incur, not to exceed $156.25* per child, for attendance at a private or public elementary or secondary school by your dependent children less than 18 years of age. You must provide your case trustee with documentation of your actual expenses, and you must explain why the amount claimed is reasonable and necessary and not already accounted for in the IRS Standards.

(*Amount subject to adjustment on 4/01/16, and every three years thereafter with respect to cases commenced on or after the date of adjustment.)

$
39 Additional food and clothing expense. Enter the total average monthly amount by which your food and clothing expenses exceed the combined allowances for food and clothing (apparel and services) in the IRS National Standards, not to exceed 5% of those combined allowances. (This information is available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court.) You must demonstrate that the additional amount claimed is reasonable and necessary. $
40 Continued charitable contributions. Enter the amount that you will continue to contribute in the form of cash or financial instruments to a charitable organization as defined in 26 U.S.C. § 170(c)(1)-(2). $
41 Total Additional Expense Deductions under § 707(b). Enter the total of Lines 34 through 40.

$0.00

Subpart C: Deductions for Debt Payment
42 Future payments on secured claims. For each of your debts that is secured by an interest in property that you own, list the name of the creditor, identify the property securing the debt, state the Average Monthly Payment, and check whether the payment includes taxes or insurance. The Average Monthly Payment is the total of all amounts scheduled as contractually due to each Secured Creditor in the 60 months following the filing of the bankruptcy case, divided by 60. If necessary, list additional entries on a separate page. Enter the total of the Average Monthly Payments on Line 42.

  Name of Creditor Property Securing Debt Scheduled Payment Amount
Months Remaining on Note
Average Monthly Payment
Does Payment include taxes or insurance?
a.
$
$0.00
b.
$
$0.00
c.
$
$0.00
d.
$
$0.00
e.
$
$0.00
f.
$
$0.00
    Total:     $0.00  
CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO LINE 20B TO CONTINUE EXPENSE DEDUCTIONS
$0.00
43 Other payments on secured claims. If any of debts listed in Line 42 are secured by your primary residence, a motor vehicle, or other property necessary for your support or the support of your dependents, you may include in your deduction 1/60th of any amount (the “cure amount”) that you must pay the creditor in addition to the payments listed in Line 42, in order to maintain possession of the property. The cure amount would include any sums in default that must be paid in order to avoid repossession or foreclosure. List and total any such amounts in the following chart. If necessary, list additional entries on a separate page.

  Name of Creditor Property Securing Debt Amount needed to cure 1/60 of the Cure Amount
a.
$
$0.00
b.
$
$0.00
c.
$
$0.00
d.
$
$0.00
e.
$
$0.00
f.
$
$0.00
    Total: $0.00
$0.00
44 Payments on prepetition priority claims. Enter the total amount, divided by 60, of all priority claims, such as priority tax, child support and alimony claims, for which you were liable at the time of your bankruptcy filing. Do not include current obligations, such as those set out in Line 28.

  Name of Creditor Type of Priority Claim Total Amount of Claim 1/60 of the Claim Amount
a.
$
$0.00
b.
$
$0.00
c.
$
$0.00
d.
$
$0.00
e.
$
$0.00
f.
$
$0.00
    Total: $0.00
$0.00
45 Chapter 13 administrative expenses. If you are eligible to file a case under chapter 13, complete the following chart, multiply the amount in line a by the amount in line b, and enter the resulting administrative expense.

a. Projected average monthly chapter 13 plan payment  
$
b. Current multiplier for your district as determined under schedules issued by the Executive Office for the United States Trustees. (This information is available at www.usdoj.gov/ust/ or from the clerk of the bankruptcy court.)
Please Select the Court you would be filing in.
X 0.000
c. Average monthly administrative expense of chapter 13 case.  
$0.00
46 Total Deductions for Debt Payment. Enter the total of Lines 42 through 45.

$0.00

 
Subpart D: Total Deductions from Income
47 Total of all deductions allowed under § 707(b)(2). Enter the total of Lines 33, 41, and 46.

$0.00

 
PART VI. DETERMINATION OF §707(b)(2) PRESUMPTION
48 Enter the amount from Line 18 (Current monthly income for § 707(b)(2)).

$0.00

49 Enter the amount from Line 47 (Total of all deductions allowed under § 707(b)(2)).

$0.00

50 Monthly disposable income under § 707(b)(2). Subtract Line 49 from Line 48 and enter the result.

$0.00

51 60-month disposable income under § 707(b)(2). Multiply the amount in Line 50 by the number 60 and enter the result.

$0.00

52
Initial presumption determination. Check the applicable box and proceed as directed.
The amount on Line 51 is less than $7,475*. Check the box for “The presumption does not arise” at the top of page 1 of this statement, and complete the verification in Part VIII. Do not complete the remainder of Part VI.
The amount set forth on Line 51 is more than $12,475*. Check the box for “The presumption arises” at the top of page 1 of this statement, and complete the verification in Part VIII. You may also complete Part VII. Do not complete the remainder of Part VI.
The amount on Line 51 is at least $7,475, but not more than $12,475*. Complete the remainder of Part VI (Lines 53 through 55).
(*Amounts are subject to adjustment on 4/01/16, and every three years thereafter with respect to cases commenced on or after the date of adjustment.)
53 Enter the amount of your total non-priority unsecured debt. $
54 Threshold debt payment amount. Multiply the amount in Line 53 by the number 0.25 and enter the result.

$0.00

55
Secondary presumption determination. Check the applicable box and proceed as directed.
The amount on Line 51 is less than the amount on Line 54. Check the box for “The presumption does not arise” at the top of page 1 of this statement, and complete the verification in Part VIII.
The amount on Line 51 is equal to or greater than the amount on Line 54. Check the box for “The presumption arises” at the top of page 1 of this statement, and complete the verification in Part VIII. You may also complete Part VII.
 

 

 
 
PART VII: ADDITIONAL EXPENSE CLAIMS
56 Other Expenses. List and describe any monthly expenses, not otherwise stated in this form, that are required for the health and welfare of you and your family and that you contend should be an additional deduction from your current monthly income under § 707(b)(2)(A)(ii)(I). If necessary, list additional sources on a separate page. All figures should reflect your average monthly expense for each item. Total the expenses.

(On the Official Form B22A, a grid appears here in which you can add additional expense claims for the Court to consider in determining whether a presumption of abuse exists in your case.
We have not enabled this feature here.)
PART VIII: VERIFICATION
57 (On the Official Form B22A, a signature block appears here. We have not enabled this feature here.)
 
In many chapter 13 cases, the plan payment is the amount of net disposable income, or the amount of take home pay left over after paying for necessary living expenses.
The number calculated here may not be what you're expecting.
Remember, the number in this field will be the total amount of your payments, times the number of payments left, divided by 60.
Enter the total number of months remaining until the loan is paid in full. Because the form asks for average payment amounts over the next 60 months, any number entered here over 60 will reduced to 60 in the average monthly payment calculation.
Enter the regular monthly payment required by the loan agreement.