Rules, Means-Test Amounts and Miscellaneous Fees: Changes Wrap Up 2020

Lawrence R. Ahern, III
Brown & Ahern
Nashville, Tennessee

Appendix B
Adjustments to Means Test Amounts
(Cases Filed On or After November 1, 2020)

The tables on the following page provide median family income adjustments reproduced in a format designed for ease of use in completing Bankruptcy Forms 122A-1 and 122C-1.

STATE
1 EARNER
FAMILY SIZE

2 PEOPLE
3 PEOPLE
4 PEOPLE *

ALABAMA
$49,191
$59,818
$66,280
$80,845 . . .

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