Form B 122A-2, Line 36, Chapter 13 administrative expenses.

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Form B 122A-2, Line 36, Chapter 13 administrative expenses.

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Updated: 2021-04-30
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Line 45, Chapter 13 administrative expenses.

New Form B 122A-2, Line 36

  • Debtor must project a hypothetical chapter 13 plan payment to calculate the figure on line 45a. The USTP does not insist on mathematical exactitude and allows a reasonable estimation of the hypothetical chapter 13 plan payment.
  • Generally the plan payment should be calculated based on the amount of monthly disposable income suggested by the completion of the means test, or shown on Schedules I and J.
  • The multiplier for line 45b is found on the USTP Web site by state.

 


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