Median income levels for the bankruptcy means test

Median income levels are used by the bankruptcy court to determine whether a debtor qualifies for a Chapter 7 case, and also to determine if a Chapter 13 debtor must file a three year plan or a five year plan.

As of 2017, the median income levels in Massachusetts and New Hampshire are as follows:

MASSACHUSETTS:

One person household: $61,102.00
Two person household: $76,414.00
Three person household: $93,755.00
Four person household: $113,651.00

NEW HAMPSHIRE:

One person household: $61,580.00
Two person household: $74,428.00
Three person household: $88,077.00
Four person household: $107358.00

Big family? Add $8,400.00 for each additional person.

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