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The Schedule B says CURRENT VALUE OF DEBTORS INTEREST IN

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The Schedule B says: "CURRENT VALUE OF DEBTOR’S INTEREST IN PROPERTY, WITHOUT DEDUCTING ANY SECURED CLAIM OR EXEMPTION"
My car is worth $14K, I still have 41 payments of about $11K; so do I list it as $14K on the schedule or $3K since thats my equity in the car?
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You would list the car as 14K. The 11K is the secured claim that should not be listed it schedule B.
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