Yes put all payroll deductions on Schedule I. List the payroll deduction in "other" if they are not already on the schedule as a category and list what they are.
The means test calculation you would use those payroll deductions as a deduction on Part 2 if they do not meet the means test using gross income for the last 6 months. Insurance payments, health insurance payments, and other deductions you include for the means test and are on the form.
Retirement contributions if they are voluntary vary by district as to whether they are allowed. One jurisdiction thinks they should be allowed, and others think it is a way to keep money out of creditors hands since retirement accounts are exempt. You may want to check around your area with other attorneys to see how your court leans.
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"Current monthly income" (CMI) does not equal actual income. CMI is based on the average monthly income received from all sources during the six months prior to filing the bankruptcy case, ending on the last day of the month before the filing.
If the debtor's Current Monthly Income is greater than the state median income, then you go to the next step. The debtor's CMI figure is reduced by various deductions, some of which are set national or local standard figures and some are debtor's actual expenses. CMI is reduced by the following deductions:
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