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Median Income Levels Increase Making Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy More Obtainable In Kansas And Missouri

What does a rise in Median Income Levels mean to you?

Starting May 1, 2012 the Median Income Levels went up in Kansas and Missouri. In addition the IRS National Standard Deductions changed.

If you have been considering filing for Bankruptcy this means that you may be more likely to qualify for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or be able to file a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy with only a three year Plan.

Past Median Income Levels for Kansas:

1 Earner $41,611
2 Person $55,801
3 Person $62,850
4 Person $72,665
5 Person $80,165

Median Income Levels for Kansas as of May 1, 2012:

1 Earner$42,924
2 Person $57,562
3 Person $64,834
4 Person $74,959
5 Person $$82,459

Past Median Income Levels for Missouri:

1 Earner $38,895
2 Person $50,603
3 Person $58,355
4 Person $67,255
5 Person $74,755

Median Income Levels for Missouri as of May 1, 2012:

1 Earner $40,123
2 Person $52,200
3 Person $60,197
4 Person $69,378
5 Person $76,878

You are presumed to qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy if your yearly income, as determined by the Means Test, is below the Median Income Level. However many factors determine which Chapter of Bankruptcy you may qualify for and which course of action is in your best interest.

This increase in Median Income can benefit you; let our Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys explain how. Contact us today for your free consultation.

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