Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Colorado Income Limits 2024

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Colorado is often the cheapest and fastest option to obtain debt relief. Check the 2024 Colorado income limits to estimate qualification.
Information in this article does constitute legal advice, is for informational purposes only and may not constitute the most up-to-date information. Readers should contact their attorney for advice to any particular legal matter.

All states have unique income limits when it comes to qualifying for chapter 7 bankruptcy. For the state of Colorado, you can use the below table as a guide to see if you could qualify. This government website can also help guide you, although it may not be as straightforward. 

Make sure to look at the accurate household size when referring to the table. If you have more members in your household than what is included below, you may add $9,900 for each additional one. 

Keep in mind, the data for the income limits may change a couple times per year. Make sure you are considering the most updated data.

# of PeopleAnnual Income
1$74,274
2$97,698
3$115,443
4$130,450
5$140,350
6$150,250
7$160,150
8$170,050
9$179,950

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