The Means Test – Line by Line – Part III Lines 18-23

By John Gustafson, Chapter 13 Trustee, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division

NOTE: You can find all of the previous "Means Test" articles in the Toolbox/Means Test or just click here.

Part III. APPLICATION OF §1325(b)(3) FOR DETERMINING DISPOSABLE INCOME

Line 18. Enter the amount from Line 11.

This is just a recapitulation of the income totals for Column A plus Column B – the pre-marital adjustment gross income figure . . .

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