Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Pennsylvania Income Limits 2024

Pennsylvania's median income limits often update twice per year in May and November of each year. See the most recent income limits for filings in 2024.
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.

If you are hoping to see if you could qualify for chapter 7, it is helpful to first check and see if your income is within the limit for your household size in the state of Pennsylvania. You can use the Pennsylvania means test calculator to estimate your chances of qualifying. 

The limit tends to update every 6 months or so. You can check through this government website as well. Although I did not find it to be the easiest to navigate through. Our visual down below can break the information down a bit clearer. 

Keep in mind, if you notice your household size surpasses the below number, you can add on $9900 for each extra member. 

# of PeopleAnnual Income
1$64,277
2$78,349
3$99,093
4$120,885
5$130,785
6$140,685
7$150,585
8$160,485
9$170,385

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