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Ohio Median Income Standards

 

Ohio Bankruptcy Exemptions

Ohio Homestead

Real or personal property used as residence to $136,925 (as of April 1, 2013)

Vehicle

Motor vehicle to $3,775

Wages

Minimum 75% of disposable weekly earnings or 40 times the federal hourly minimum wage, whichever is higher; bankruptcy judge may authorize more for low-income debtors

Personal property & Tools of Trade

Animals, crops, books, musical instruments, appliances, household goods, furnishings, firearms, hunting & fishing equipment to $600 per item; jewelry to $1,600 for 1 or more items; $12,625 total.
Cash, money due within 90 days, tax refund, bank, security, & utility deposits to $475 total (husband & wife may double)
Implements, books, & tools of trade to $2,400

WildCard

$1,250 of any property

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