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Hello, if the amount of claim for unpaid wages, salaries, etc.,

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Hello, if the amount of claim for unpaid wages, salaries, etc., is $66,238.00 but the amount entitled to priority is only up to $11,725 per employee in a bankruptcy proof of claim form, do I list the total amount the debtor owes me, or just the $11,725 amount under sections 1 and 5 on the proof of claim form? Thank you in advance.

Hi JACustomer,

You would enter the entire amount ($66,238) in section 1, and the portion subject to priority ($11,725) in section 5.

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