A debtor must enter income and expense information onto the appropriate form (i.e., the 22A Forms or the 22C Forms) and then make calculations using the information entered. Some of the information needed to complete these forms, such as a debtor's current monthly income, comes from the debtor's own personal records. However, other information needed to complete the forms comes from the Census Bureau and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This Web site reproduces the Census Bureau and IRS Data necessary to complete the 22A Forms and the 22C Forms. The source data reproduced here is also available directly from the IRS and Census Bureau using the links at the bottom of this page.
For questions related to this data, e-mail: email@example.com. For general assistance in filing for bankruptcy relief, the clerk of your local bankruptcy court or your local state Bar Association may have information regarding individuals or organizations offering bankruptcy related services, including on a reduced fee or pro bono basis. However, we and the clerk of your local bankruptcy court are prohibited from providing any legal advice.
» Important Notices
Updated Census Bureau Data
The Census Bureau's Median Family Income Data accessible through this page has been updated. The U.S. Trustee Program will apply the updated data to cases filed on or after April 1, 2015.
Updated Administrative Expense Multipliers & IRS Data
The Administrative Expense Multipliers and IRS’s National Standards for Allowable Living Expenses and Local Standards for Transportation and Housing and Utilities Expenses accessible through this page have been updated. The revised multipliers and standards will apply to cases filed on or after May 1, 2014.