Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Tennessee Income Limits 2024

The Tennessee income limits help estimate whether you can qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The numbers often increase in May and November of each year.
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.

You can reference this government website to see if your income is within Tennessee’s limit for chapter 7 qualification. If you find this harder to follow, you can use the below table as a guideline as well. This information is often updated around the months of November and May. 

The Tennessee means test calculator can help guide you if you are able to qualify as well. 

Note: if your household is greater than the below table, you can add $9,900 per additional household member.

# of PeopleAnnual Income
1$56,717
2$72,442
3$85,423
4$95,748
5$105,648
6$115,548
7$125,448
8$135,348
9$145,248

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