Current Monthly Income

The average monthly income received by the debtor over six calendar months before the filing of the bankruptcy case, including regular contributions to household expenses from nondebtors and income from the debtor’s spouse if the petition is a joint petition, but not including social security income and other payments made because the debtor is victim of certain crimes.  Interestingly, the answer to this long math problem might be income that is neither current, nor monthly, and not necessarily part of your regular income.  The entire means test analysis is full of anomalies like this, making it difficult for  anyone not specifically trained and experienced in this area to make any sense of it.

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