Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Nevada Income Limits 2024

Based on your household size and income, you can check to see if you are within Nevada’s limit to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
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.

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 specific income limits. To check out Nevada’s, you can either look to this government website or view the table breakdown below. If you have a household size greater than what is provided below, you can add an additional $9,900 for each added member. These numbers update about twice per year. 

Lastly, you can take our Nevada’s means test calculator to gauge more accurately what qualification may look like.

# of PeopleAnnual Income
1$61,865
2$77,817
3$85,474
4$95,872
5$105,772
6$115,672
7$125,572
8$135,472
9$145,372

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